A Family From The United States Of America Visits Asebu To Locate Their Plot or land on the 5000 free land given by the chief and people of Asebu in the Central Region.
A home is a haven and blessed place where you and your family can be secured, have all you need, and share your sadness and happiness.
Owning a home is a great achievement. While it may sometimes seem challenging, the many benefits that come with owning your own home make it all worthwhile. But before you can own a home you need to acquire land.
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As part of the Pan African Project, the chief of Asebu together with his elders has offered brothers and sisters from the diaspora and anyone ready to move and live in the motherland free land.
They need to pay some amount for administrative work and voila you own a piece of land.
A family from the United States visits Asebu Pan African Village to locate their plot of land.
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Before they locate the land, Ekow Simpson took them to Mr. Len’s residence where he showed them around his humble abode. Mr. Len is the first African Diaspora to reside in Asebu Pan African Village or community.
Matthew, the Asebu Pan African Surveyor showed the family their plot of land which was marked with pillars. Due to the raining season the path to the plot was a bit muddy and this made movement a bit slow.
During the search for their plot , they met young guys preparing the grounds to produce charcoal which was so fascinating to learn.
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