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Akyem Abuakwa is one of the four states of Akyem in 14th century Africa. Currently, it is part of Ghana. Historically, the Akyem were part of the Adansi Kingdom, which was the first nation to build buildings out of mud. They were therefore were named Adansi (builders). In the 14th century, the Ashanti Empire emerged, and under the leadership of King Osei Tutu, defeated the Adansi and annexed them into the Ashanti Empire. The three Akyem nations that were part of the Adansi Kingdom seceded and crossed the River Pra.

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  • Akyem Abuakwa is one of the four states of Akyem in 14th century Africa. Currently, it is part of Ghana. Historically, the Akyem were part of the Adansi Kingdom, which was the first nation to build buildings out of mud. They were therefore were named Adansi (builders). In the 14th century, the Ashanti Empire emerged, and under the leadership of King Osei Tutu, defeated the Adansi and annexed them into the Ashanti Empire. The three Akyem nations that were part of the Adansi Kingdom seceded and crossed the River Pra.
  • Abuacuas ou abuassuas (em : Abuakwa Akyem ou Abuaswa Akim são o maior subgrupo dos aquiéns e um dos povos acãs no Gana. Vivem na Região Oriental do país. Seu principal centro é a cidade de . São em sua maioria fazendeiros, mas há crescente número de trabalhadores manuais e profissionais. Segundo estimativas de 1999, há 275 000 abuacuas.
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  • Akyem Abuakwa is one of the four states of Akyem in 14th century Africa. Currently, it is part of Ghana. Historically, the Akyem were part of the Adansi Kingdom, which was the first nation to build buildings out of mud. They were therefore were named Adansi (builders). In the 14th century, the Ashanti Empire emerged, and under the leadership of King Osei Tutu, defeated the Adansi and annexed them into the Ashanti Empire. The three Akyem nations that were part of the Adansi Kingdom seceded and crossed the River Pra.
  • Abuacuas ou abuassuas (em : Abuakwa Akyem ou Abuaswa Akim são o maior subgrupo dos aquiéns e um dos povos acãs no Gana. Vivem na Região Oriental do país. Seu principal centro é a cidade de . São em sua maioria fazendeiros, mas há crescente número de trabalhadores manuais e profissionais. Segundo estimativas de 1999, há 275 000 abuacuas.
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