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Manhyia Palace

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Manhyia Palace. This is the principal front façade, originally constructed and completed in 1925. It acquired its present appearance following a remodelling, in 1995.

The Manhyia Palace (Kamonsi balli ni gbunni nyɛla Oman hyia – niriba laɣimbu), di nyɛla ʒishee n zaŋ ti Asantehene, ka lahi nyɛ o biɛhig shee.[1]Di be la Kumasi, Ashanti Region tiŋ'zuɣu. Di nayili tuuli pa nyɛla taarihi binkura biɛhigu sheei. Otumfuor Opoku Ware II m-mɛ nayili palli maa, di paɣila nayili kurili ma ka ŋun nyɛ Asantehene saha ŋɔ, Otumfuor Osei Tutu II be din ni.

Nayili ŋɔ daa mɛ la yuuni 1925[2] Britain n daa mɛ li Third Anglo-Ashanti War nyaaŋa yuuni 1874, di ni daa niŋ ka British ni wurim nayili shɛli kambonsi ni daa mɛ. British daa ʒi mi ni ni nayili kurili ŋɔ mɛbu daa nyɛla din mali jiri ni di galisim mini di biɛhigu sheei, din daa mɛ ni "bukunima lai nima din nyɛ bala pam dini.",[3] amaa War of the Golden Stool ni, British ddaa saɣim nayili ŋɔ ni bidib, bina.[4] Nayili ŋɔ nyɛla "kilometre" zaŋ yi Centre for National Culture, Kumasi.

Asantehene Nana Prempeh I ni daa yi "exile" ni Seychelles Islands, Bɛ daa zaŋ lala yili ŋɔ n ti o ka di niŋ o biɛhigu sheei. Din bɔŋɔ daliri daa nyɛla pɔi ka Asantehene's exile kana, o nayili kurili maa daa nyɛla bɛ ni nyɔ shɛli buɣim Yaa Asentewa War tɔbu ni. Tɔbu maa daa ŋmɛla British mini kambonsi sunsuuni ka di daliri nyɛla Asantehene ni daa zaɣisi ni o ku zaŋ Golden stool n ti Gold Coast tiŋgbani zuɣulana. Prempeh I daa saɣimi n ti bɛ ni bɔri shɛm o ni daa yo yili ŋɔ zuɣu naai. Nanima ayi m-be yili ŋɔ ni, bɛ yuya n nyɛ Otumfuo Prempeh I mini Otumfuo Sir Osei Agyeman Prempeh II, KBE, Nanima ban pahiri pia nia ata mini pia ni anahi zaŋ ti Asante tiŋgbani.

Bɛ daa zaŋ nayili kurili maa n niŋ binkura biɛhigu sheei yuuni 1995 nayili palli ŋɔ mɛ n naai nyaaŋa. Opoku Ware II n daa nyɛ na'tuuli ŋun kpe lala nayili ŋɔ, din ni ka o daa be hali ka ti kpi yuuni 1999. Ŋun nyɛ Asantehene saha ŋɔ, Barima Kwaku Duah sokam ni booni so Otumfuor Osei Tutu II, n nyɛ ŋun be nayili ŋɔ.

British ni daa mɛ nayili shɛli "War of the Golden Stool" nyaaŋa (Kambonsili balli ni "Sika" = Golden stool = "Dwa") nyɛla bɛ ni daa zaŋ shɛli n niŋ binkura biɛhigu sheei ka daa yooi li anashaara goli 12 August 1995,[5] naa Otumfuo Opoku Ware II n daa yooi li. bɛ mɛla binyɛr pam n zali din ni. Di shɛŋa n nyɛ nanima ni ʒiini kuɣi shɛŋa zuɣu, "bronze" din nyɛ Nana Sir Osei Agyeman Prempeh II dini,ni maapu bɔmbu din nyɛ Asanteman dini.[5][6] Asanteman telivisa tuuli gba bɛni,[7] n ti pahi "life-sized wax effigies" zaŋ ti Asanteman nanima mini napaɣaba.[5]

Nayili ŋɔ biɛhigu ŋmani la Asante nam nama duri nahingbana plaŋ nima din daa bɛni 1900s piligu. Nayili ŋɔ nyɛla jirambiisa tambu buyi.[8] di zaa mali la lunfa nima, ka di yooi ka nira ni tooi nya nayili ma ʒilɛli. yuuni 1995, bɛ daa mɛ du shɛli n tuɣi di nyaaŋa ni di niŋ pina tibu sheei.[8] Nayili maa mali la dundɔŋ titali ka nakura ban gari mini napaɣaba ban gari anfooni nima zaŋ ti Ashanti.[8]

  1. Manhyia Palace. Ghana Nation. Retrieved 9 May 2011.
  2. Manhyia Palace Museum. lonelyplanet.com. Retrieved 9 May 2011.
  3. Lloyd (1964), pp. 172–174, 175
  4. Raugh, Harold E. (2004). The Victorians at War, 1815–1914: an Encyclopedia of British Military History. ABC-CLIO. ISBN 9781576079256.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 A chirim ya: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named PALA
  6. Asanteman is the Asante translation of the Asante Kingdom
  7. A chirim ya: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named BBC2
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 The Museum. manhyiapalacemuseum.org. Retrieved 9 May 2011.

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