African delegation to Jamaica to apologise for tribes’ role in slavery

Nana Dr Ama Amissah III, President of Queen Mothers Association of the Central Region of Ghana, will be participating in a symbolic reconciliation and apology ceremony relating to the role of African tribal leaders in the Trans-Atlantic slave trade on Wednesday, at the Jamaica Christian Diaspora Conference, at the Jamaica Conference Centre. 

Amissah III will be part of a six-person delegation from both the African Forum on Religion and Government (AFReG) and the Ghanaian Tribal Leadership attending the event. 

The apology, to be read immediately following the official opening of the two-day conference, will be presented to representatives of the Church in Jamaica…