A three-member delegation from the African University College of Communications (AUCC) who also serve on the Council of the Pan African Heritage Museum (PAHM) on Thursday 17th February 2022 paid a courtesy call on the Secretary-General of the Association of African Universities (AAU), Prof. Olusola Oyewole, at the AAU Secretariat in Accra, Ghana.
The delegation was led by Honourable Kojo Yankah, founder of African University College of Communications (AUCC) and Executive Chairman of the Museum foundation. Other members were Prof. Kofi Asare Opoku, Chair of the Governing Council of AUCC and Rev. Prof. Pashington Obeng, Member of the Governing Council of the AUCC, both Members of the Academic Council of the Pan African Heritage Museum.
The delegation briefed Prof. Oyewole on the progress of work on the Pan African Heritage Museum, a multimillion-dollar brainchild of Hon. Kojo Yankah that is being constructed on Pomadze Hills, near Winneba Junction, in the Central Region of Ghana. The Museum which is expected to open in August 2023, is to showcase the history, culture, and achievements of the Pan African world as presented by Africans. Hon. Yankah informed the Secretary General that while the physical construction was ongoing at the site, a team in Miami, Florida was actively producing the digital version of the museum to be launched in May this year. The delegation also offered to continue to cooperate with AAU to expand its presence in North America as well as in various parts of the African diaspora.
On his part, the AAU Secretary-General assured the delegation of the support and collaboration of the AAU towards the museum project and beyond, especially in their joint quest to mobilize Africans from all parts of the world for their common good.
Based on their common interest on reaching out to the African Diaspora, the two sides agreed to merge their Diaspora homecoming meeting and conference at a joint Summit to be held in September 2022. The Pan African Writers Association (PAWA) is to be invited as a co-partner of the Summit.
Originally posted by: blog.aau.org