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Governor of Cauca Province of Colombia confers the Highest Honor on Kojo Yankah

On the occasion of Afrocolombiadad Anniversary and the launch of the Pan African Heritage Museum in Colombia, the Governor of the Cauca Province has awarded the PAHM Founder the “Jose Hilario Lopez”, the highest state medal, the “leader of Panafricanism”. In an accompanying citation, Governor Elias Larrahondo Carabali noted that the award, the “highest distinction” […]

PAHM goes to Colombia

PAHM Founder will be hosted on African Union Day by the Governor of Cauca Province of Colombia as part of their Afrocolombiadad festival. The Pan African Heritage Museum will be launched. Meet the Governor Elias Larrahondo Carabali.


Dr Joao Jorge Rodriguez, the President of Palmares Cultural Foundation, has welcomed the Pan African Heritage Museum delegation to Brazil with the hope that it will open more doors to stronger cultural ties with Africa. Dr Rodriguez told the PAHM delegation that they fully shared the vision and mission of the Museum and would do […]

PAHM Founder in Brazil

The Founder and Executive Chairman of the Pan African Heritage Museum, Kojo Yankah, is in Brazil at the invitation of the PAHM Chapter, the Palmares Foundation and CULTNE Institute. On Monday, 8th May, he did a presentation on the Museum to about 40 diplomats at the Residence of Ghana’s Ambassador to Brazil, Professor Abena Busia, […]

Pan African Heritage Museum Names More Patrons

The Pan African Heritage World Museum Foundation has named three more Patrons ahead of the launch of its digital museum on May 5. The new members are the former President of Botswana, His Excellency Seretse Khama Ian Khama, His Royal Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu 11, Asantehene, and Dr. Mohamed Ibn Chambas, former UN Secretary General’s […]

Kojo Yankah, founder of Pan African Heritage Museum

Founder’s Welcome Message

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.

Otumfuo Osei Tutu II & Other African Leaders To Become Honorary Patrons of PAHM

The Pan African Heritage Museum (PAHM) has  announced that The Otumfuo Osei Tutu ll, Asantehene, has joined Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the President of Ghana and a few other African kings and celebrated personalities to become an honorary Patron of the museum. The Patronage of the Asantehene further enhances the mission, vision and  objectives of the new, pathbreaking museum set to be the first of […]

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