The National House of Chiefs building at Manhyia, Kumasi, in the Ashanti Region has been given massive facelift.
The imposing and historic building serves as the ‘Parliament’ for traditional leaders in the country.
Members of the house, drawn from all parts of Ghana, periodically hold their meetings in the building.
Few months ago, the building’s outer look clearly gave an indication that the building urgently needed renovations.
And correctly, the present leadership of the National House of Chiefs, led by Togbe Afede, the Agbogbomofia of the Asogli state took a decisive action to transformed the building by given it the needed facelift.
The contractor that was engaged to work on the building seemed to have a done a yeoman’s job, so far.
Construction works had been done on the building, which has now been painted to give it a beautiful look.
Also, the entire car park and the surroundings of the National House of Chiefs have been beautifully paved.
During the paper’s visit to the place, several people were seen gazing at the architectural work.
Even though, there was no access into the building, the outer part looked sublime.