UER: President of Upper East House of Chiefs vow to end Chieftaincy disputes in the region


The newly elected President of the Upper East House of Chiefs, Pe Dituudini Adiana Ayagitam iii has expressed his readiness to end chieftaincy disputes in the region.

According to him, the region has been noted for its long lasting peace and will make sure areas that are noted of disunity come to an end.

He made this known at the inauguration ceremony of the Upper East Regional House of Chiefs in Bolgatanga.
Meanwhile, the Upper East Regional Minister Tangoba Abayage who is also the Parliamentary Candidate for the Navrongo Central expressed her sincere appreciation to the President, as she the Chiefs for their contribution towards development in the region.

“I must be emphasized that, most noble chiefs of the House, your roles as chiefs is an all-pervasive one. You are always in touch with all manner of persons from different walks of life especially in this political season. I will like to mention in particular that within your jurisdiction, you have subjects and residents coming from the various political philosophies. But you need therefore to tread carefully to be seen as neutral to enable you play your role as true politically Independent traditional rulers”. She admonished

The inauguration ceremony brought together various paramount and divisional chiefs as well as various stakeholders in the region.

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