Grand Masters Of Freemasons To Honor And Celebrate Otumfuo Osei Tutu II’s 25Th Anniversary in Kumasi

Freemasons from all over Ghana and beyond will come together in Kumasi this weekend to celebrate two important milestones for Otumfuo Osei Tutu II: his 25th anniversary on the Golden Stool and his 25th anniversary as a Freemason.

The event will also commemorate the 15th anniversary of the Grand Lodge of Ghana. The celebration will be held at the Sir Agyemang Prempeh II Masonic Hall, where tribute will be paid to Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, who is the Grand Patron of the Grand Lodge of Ghana.

Since ascending to the Golden Stool in 1999, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has been a strong supporter of Freemasonry.

After the formal Masonic ceremony, the festivities will continue at the Jubilee Hall in Manhyia, promoting a sense of unity and brotherhood among all who attend.

The Grand Lodge of Ghana was established on January 24, 2009, as a “Sovereign Masonic Body” and is responsible for overseeing numerous subordinate lodges.

It is divided into four provincial Grand Lodges: South West (Cape Coast), South East (Accra), North (Kumasi), and East (Lome & Volta).

The United Grand Lodge of England was the first to acknowledge the newly formed Grand Lodge of Ghana.

Over the years, several distinguished individuals have held the position of Grand Master, with the current Grand Master being Most Worshipful Brother Nana Osei Atwene Bonsu, who assumed office in May 2021.

The Grand Lodge’s motto, “That All Shall Be One,” underscores its dedication to fostering unity among its members.


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