Universal Pan African Diaspora Coalition of Ghana
Pan African Village Land Criteria
The criteria for qualification of the land offered is established by the Pan African Village to ensure that the integrity of the vision of Okatakyi Dr. Amenfi VII, Omanhen of Asebu Traditional Area in the Central Region of Ghana is not compromised and that all of the recipients of the offered lands understand and adhere to the expectations of the Chief.
This criterion is the initial screening process for the land acquisition project. Pan African Village and the Chiefs of Asebu Traditional Area reserve the right to reject any candidate that demonstrates any problem behavior.
All recipients of the offered land are required to: [contentad widget=”604777″]
1. Be African through biological family ancestry and genealogy.
2. Complete the Living in Ghana Orientation (10 day residential program) offered at Pan African Village.
3. Present a current police report or background check with government identification to the Living in Ghana Orientation.
4. Participate in a local Community Benefits program (local school development).
5. Respect the culture and people of Asebu and abide by all the laws of Ghana.
6. Reside in Asebu Traditional Area at least 2 weeks every year. Exceptions may be considered on a case by case basis. Recipients receiving exceptions will be required to participate in additional Community Benefits programs.
7. Pay all of their own land transfer and registration fees for their particular plot of land, including surveys and site plans.
8. Break ground on their build within 12 months of their land acquisition, and complete 50% of their building within 24 months of their acquisition. Exceptions may be considered on a case by case basis.
9. Present a token of appreciation to the Chief (2 bottles of Hennessy & a designated sum of money). This is a very important tradition in Africa.
10. The offered land is designated for Family Legacy purposes and can only be liquidated or transferred through the designated Pan African Village process. If for some reason it becomes necessary for a recipient to liquidate their property, a Pan African Village real estate agent will list and sell the property to another qualified candidate and the capital gains will be evenly shared between the recipient and the Asebu Traditional Council.
Preferably, a spouse or descendant of the recipient will inherit the Deed and Indentures of the property at the discretion of the recipient.
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