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Nii Adu Aryeetey I

Accra, July 2, GNA – Nii Adu Aryeetey I,
Dzasetse of Korle We (Korle Clan), has urged the youth of Ga Mashie to ensure
that peace and peaceful co-existence prevails during and after the Homowo.

He said this would go a long way to enhance
the administration of the Wulomo (Traditional Priest), Numo Ayitey Cobblah III
of Korle We, who was inducted into the Ga Traditional Council and confirmed by
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Accra, July 2, GNA – Nii Adu Aryeetey I,
Dzasetse of Korle We (Korle Clan), has urged the youth of Ga Mashie to ensure
that peace and peaceful co-existence prevails during and after the Homowo.

He said this would go a long way to enhance
the administration of the Wulomo (Traditional Priest), Numo Ayitey Cobblah III
of Korle We, who was inducted into the Ga Traditional Council and confirmed by
the Ministry of Chieftaincy Affairs in September 2016.

Nii Aryeetey said this in an interview with
the Ghana News Agency which was also used to wish the people of Ga Mashie a
peaceful Homowo celebration, which comes off on Saturday, August 12.

He said Numo Cobblah’s induction and
confirmation had ended decades of absence of a substantive Wulomo on the
Traditional Council, adding that “this is a noble achievement which would help
bring peace to Korle We and the entire Ga Mashie.

“With the Wulomo’s inclusion in the Council,
the people, especially the youth will now have the opportunity to present their
problems to him for amicable settlement and for development to thrive in the
area,” Nii Aryeetey said.

He urged the people to have communal dialogue
and put behind them acrimony, bitterness and petty squabbles so as to move forward.

Nii Aryeetey expressed gratitude to the Ga
Traditional Council and the Ministry of Chieftaincy Affairs for making it
possible to get a substantive Wulomo at Korle We.

GNA


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