Asogli State is located in the Volta Region, Ghana, West Africa. Ho, the capital of Volta Region, is also the capital of Asogli State, which was an antonymous kingdom before the advent of colonialism. The Asogli people are the dominant group in the Ho Municipality. Asogli State comprises four traditional set-ups, Akoefe, Ho, Kpenoe and Takla. These four traditional set-ups were founded by the direct descendants of Togbe Kakla. Ho serves as the seat of the paramountcy. The Asogli State Council, the traditional ruling council, comprises the Agbogbomefia, Togbe Aƒede XIV, who is the President, Paramount Chief of Akoefe, Kpenoe and Takla and the five Divisional Chiefs of Ho.

Tobge Afede XIV

Agbogbomefia of Asogli State

All About Asogli State

The Late Togbe Afede Asor II

Togbe Afede Asor II was the second son of Togbe Dogbe Korsi (Togbe Afede XII), who ruled from 1905-1948, and the late Victoria Abratedze of the Agbanyo clan of Taviefe-Deme.

Togbe Afede XIV

On October 4, 2003, the Kingmakers of Asogli State gave the people the King of their choice.

Divisions of Asogli State

Ho is made up of five main divisions, each of which is administered by a divisional chief who is assisted by his council of elders which includes the Asafofia (warlord) and Sohefia (youth leader).

Ho, Volta Region

The preparation of the first tourist and business guide to Ho was Togbe Afede’s initiative.

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Miss Asogli Beauty Pageant

The Miss Asogli Beauty Pageant is an annual Pageant held to commermorate the Asogli traditional festival.

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