Asante Akim Agogo is well noted for its uniquely hilly landscape tourist attraction
DOMPIAHENE is a stool name that signifies a chief who impetuses for development and advancement with the effort and help of the community.
The office of the Dompiahene exemplifies oneness among his members to advance the communities through the provision of numerous services. An individual cannot overlook the outstanding qualities a Dompiahene possesses in delivering his delegated mandate.
The first person to be on the stool was Nana Dr. Akosua Akyaa also known as Dr. Patricia A. Newton, Psychiatrist, Behavioral Scientist, Author, Activist and the Executive Director and Medical Director of the Black Psychiatrists of America (BPA).
Dr. Newton is globally astute and has made a positive difference, especially as it relates to a most traumatized demographic in America.
The Dompiahene (Development Chief) of Agogo Asante Akyim has a solid foundation in tradition, sacrifice, obligation, staging his public self as chief through performing, and adhering to the protocols of royal conduct. The obligations of a Dompiahene of Agogo Asante Akyim are multiple, ranging from conservation of social norms, to provision of basic social amenities, to creating political awareness among his subjects and serving them as well.