Daasebre’s book gets international recognition

A 500-page book written by the Omanhene of the New Juaben Traditional State titled “Development in Unity Volume One: Compendium of Works of Daasebre Prof. (Emeritus) Oti-Boateng” has received an international endorsement and publication by a leading international publisher, XLIBRIS.

XLIBRIS, a reputable international publisher based in the United States of America was described by the New York Times in year 2000 as the foremost on-demand publisher.

Daasebre’s Development book, which was described as Legendary and eulogized as setting new parameters in global biographic presentation by Nyaaba-Aweeba Azongo, A development expert and endorsed by Dr. Vladimir Antwi-Danso of the Legon Centre for International Affairs and Diplomacy as “a powerful and tasty cocktail with something significant for everybody”, is said to immortalize the exploits’ of Daasebre as a scholar, international Civil servant and Traditional Authority as a shared- reservoir of knowledge to inspire change and development in Africa and the developing world.

The book is now available in hardcover, softcover and e-book by the international publisher, XLIBRIS.
The XLIBRIS now advertises the compendium amongst the lists of its high-profile bestselling publications online and is also listed on the popular Amazon.com for global audience.

The compendium is a compilation of research works, published articles, speeches and seminar presentations, addresses and radio broadcasts written by Daasebre Professor Oti Boateng over the past forty years to inspire change and development in a spirit of unity.

In a statement to the international media, XLIBRIS described the principal setting of the book as the New Juaben Traditional Area, a Traditional Kingdom of Ghana, where the author is revered as a Living Ancestor and a Traditional Ruler.

The setting according to the international publishers’ reflects the culture and morals of the people of Ghana with articles which have been developed around the world from Africa through Asia, Europe and North America.

Source : Seth Krampah