Friday, February, 23, 2007
Fievie chiefs call on Ga Council
A DELEGATION of chiefs from the Fievie Traditional Council in the South Tongu District of the Volta Region jointly led by Togde Ahli II, the Awadada and acting Paramount Chief of Fievie, and Togbe Ahadzi Dodo V, of the Anyigbe clan of the Agave State, paid a courtesy call on the Ga Traditional Council at the Ga Mantse’s Palace in Accra.
The delegation, which also included Regent Abordor of Anyigbe clan and Stool Father, Togbe Woyome, Mama Gblorgbor of Agorta Agave, Mama Adenga of Agave and Togbe Adze II, was in Accra to console the chiefs and people of the Ga Traditional Council on the death, burial and funeral rites of the late Ga Mantse, Nii Amugi.
The visit was to formally introduce the chiefs and indeed, the area to the Ga Traditional Council as descendants of Torgbe Akalo, father of the Anas.
The spokesman for the delegation, Charles Amenyo, said they ere in Accra to foster, renew and promote a bond of friendship dating back decades ago between them.
Nii Adote Obour II Sempe Mantse and acting Ga Mantse, welcomed the delegation on behalf of the Ga Traditional Council.
The delegation later paid separate calls on Nai-We, the Chief Linguist of the Ga State, also at Sakumo We-Ofite-Osaa, both at James Town British Accra.
Earlier on Saturday, it called on the Osu Klotey Wulomo, Nuumo Narku Agbeti II and Nuumo Gbelenfo, the chief priest of Osu State.
Ghanaian Times - Friday, February 23, 2007 Page: 18