Asantehene praises Magdalene College

Otumfuo Asantehene The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has expressed optimism about the foundation of a professorship of African Archaeology in Western universities. He has therefore drawn on deep learning to express his support for the expanded initiatives by the authorities of the Magdalene College, Cambridge in the United Kingdom to bring African students to study in the college in the UK. The Asantehene was addressing students and staff of Magdalene College, Cambridge in the United Kingdom on the occasion of the acknowledgment of African Archaeology as part of a study programme at the College. He noted the importance of the Professorship for developing a » Read More

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