Hurray!!! It's now time for Agona Bedomase to claim ownership of the hive borehole project. This is in reaction to yesterday's announcement post regarding the inaugural ceremony of the hive borehole project in Ghana. The hive ecosystem, under the direction of @mcsamm and @collinz, began borehole building at Agona Bedomase in Ghana's Ashanti region two weeks ago. Since the inception of this project, several updates on the project's progress have been sent to all hivers on the blockchain.
The hive borehole, which began weeks ago, was launched today, June 12th, 2022. I'm writing to share my joy that this has finally come to fruition. Agona Bedomase township has expressed their gratitude and joy for the gift. This is the second hive borehole that has been successfully launched in Ghana. We take great satisfaction in helping to enhance people's lives in Ghana via the hive ecosystem.
In this post, I will provide a brief overview of the complete ceremony that took place today to ensure our amazing success. All of our preparations ensured that this project would be launched and turned over to the Bedomase community. This came when community leaders went to check on the development of the borehole, which had been begun a few weeks before. It was subsequently announced that today will be approved and utilized for the ceremony's debut.
The ceremony of inauguration
At 2:30 p.m. today, members of the Agona Bedomase arrived to convene at the site of the borehole construction. Many of these folks were ecstatic to learn that this would finally happen. They had been looking forward to this activity for many days since it will relieve them of the burden of trekking to far locations in quest of a running river. With the installation of this water system, they were persuaded and delighted to embark on a new life.
We were certain that everything was in order for the ceremony to take place. After some time, the chief of Agona Bedomase, Nana Obeng, arrived with his subjects to assist guarantee that everything went well. It was an honor to see Agona Bedomase's chief at the launch. The ceremony began with a prayer, following which the objective of the meeting was plainly declared for everyone to hear. Following the assemblyman of the town's address, the chief delivered an acceptance speech as part of the celebration. Thanks also to @collinz, who delivered a brief lecture about hive to assist the residents of this town understand the brain behind the project they see today. The chief of Agona Bedomase then cut the ribbons to formally unveil the new borehole provided to the community with the help of several local authorities with a pair of scissors. Below are images of the various scenes that were captured during the launch.
At the gathering for the launch
Agona Bedomase chief cutting ribbon to unveil hive water.
Agona Bedomase members drinking hive water
Once the borehole was formally opened, the committee chairman, along with other town authorities, offered us a vote of appreciation to thank the hive ecosystem for the amazing gift it had given them. This was followed by a series of interviews with the chiefs and other members of the community.
The smiles of all community members who showed out for the launch, as well as those who couldn't, were filled with excitement. The elderly ladies and men praised us on our efforts and for saving them from their journey in search of a running river. With this, we also convey our delight that the Agona Bedomase community has joined the hive ecosystem, and the numerous young people who have arrived are eager to learn more about the blockchain. They are thrilled to be a part of a technology that is dedicated to improving the lives of people all around the world.
I'd want to end this update by stating that, complete details of the inaugural ceremony will be released in the coming days, which will include all of the media platforms that were there to cover the event today. I'd want to express my gratitude to you, @collinz, @anaman, and @awuahbenjamin, for making themselves accessible as hive promoters in Ghana, assisting in spreading the word about hive throughout the globe. A special thanks to you, @guiltyparties, for making this project feasible and fantastic via your direction, advice, and support. And we thank you for your love, @guiltyparties, @taskmaster4450le, @doze, @ranchorelaxo, @ocdb, @trafalgar, @resonator, @acidyo, @ackza, @v4vapid, @canadian-coconut, @haejin, @blocktrades @adetorrent, @daveks, @felixxx @bhattg @newsflash @zuerich, @lichtblick, @dswigle. Agona Bedomase may now boast of potable water because of your assistance in making this possible.
Project : Construction of borehole system
Location : Agona Bedomase (Ghana, West Africa)
Sponsor : @valueplan
Project manager : @mcsamm & @collinz
Changing lives with hive.