Tuesday, 27 December 2011
SIAW OF TATA BREWERY FAME, A JUABEN MAN.
The Late Siaw of Tata Brewery Fame, Rendering Homage To His King, i.e Daasebre Otuo Serebour II, The Dwabenhene. Seated on Nana's left hand side was the former Queen of Dwaben, Nana Akosua Akyaamaa II, now departed for the land of the ancestors.This's proof enough of Nana Siaw's origins--hailing from Dwaben Nkwantanan. I need not emphasise---sometimes when the truth is told, some others get upset. Before the advent of even Asante, Dwaben lands stretched far into what we now call Kwahu. Places like Akwasiho,now termed ''Kwahu'' Praso, Twenedurase and far beyond are all, part of that territory.
CREDIT: NANA DWABENHENE'S 40th Anniversary's Brochure.