The Pan African Heritage Museum, based in Ghana, Africa, is one more addition to the hundreds of museums across the world; it is distinguished by its mission to create in one site the heritage of a people from the beginning of world civilization to the present.
By: Professor Pashington Obeng In 2019, the University of Aberdeen decided to return the sculpture of the Oba of Benin to Nigeria. Long before President Macron of France and UNESCO started advocating for the repatriation of African cultural heritage to Africa, the Akan of Ghana have epitomised restitution through their ‘Sankofa’ art pattern, a pictograph of a […]
Presenting Our Unique Pan African Heritage To The World. What: The Pan African Heritage World Museum and partners will launch the first digital Pan African Heritage Museum (PAHM). The Museum is set to be completed next year 2023.The Pan African Heritage Museum will create an environment for the people of African descent and all others […]