The Silver Jubilee Emancipation Day Celebration held at Assin Andoe was a momentous occasion, marking 25 years of celebrating freedom from slavery and the resilience of the people. The event was graced by esteemed personalities including the President of Ghana Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo, Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin south Rev. Ntim Fordjour, Central Regional Minister Justina Marigold, and District Chief Executive (DCE) Hon. Felicia Ntrakwa Amissah.

The primary objective of the Silver Jubilee Emancipation Day Celebration was to commemorate the significant milestone of 25 years since the celebration of abolition of slavery, while also acknowledging the progress made by the community of Assin Andoe.

The event witnessed a remarkable turnout, with community members, local leaders, and dignitaries from various levels of government in attendance. Notably, the President  emphasizing the importance of the occasion.

The celebration commenced with a captivating opening ceremony, featuring traditional drumming and dancing, symbolizing the rich cultural heritage of the community. The President delivered an inspiring speech, emphasizing the importance of unity, progress, and the continued fight against all forms of oppression.

The Silver Jubilee Emancipation Day Celebration at Assin Andoe was a resounding success, with the presence of esteemed dignitaries adding significance to the event. The celebration not only honored the struggles of the past but also highlighted the progress made by the community in the celebration of emancipation for the  past 25 years. The event served as a reminder of the importance of unity, resilience, and continuous efforts towards sustainable development.