Chief urges his people to stop sorcery

Nana Kwaw Fosu III, Chief of Breman Jamra, has said people living in the community who indulged in sorcery should stop because such activities did not bring development.

Asantehene rules on Bodom-Buoho Stool dispute

Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the Asantehene, has declared the Aduana clan, headed by Opanin Owusu Afriyie, as the rightful owners of the Bodom-Buoho Stool in the Afigya-Kwabre District.

President Mahama promises wealth for Volta region

President John Dramani Mahama on Saturday said government would harness a number of development projects that would enhance the development of the Volta region.

Honouring History: Anlos Celebrate Hogbetsotso Festival

The Anlo people of Southwest Ghana in the Volta Region today marked their history of migration and solidarity in a grand festival, Hogbetsotso or Hogbe za, at Anloga.

Government mainstreams culture into National Development Agenda-Minister

The government is mainstreaming Culture into the National Development Agenda, Mrs Elizabeth Ofosu-Adjare, Minister of Culture and Creative Arts, said on Tuesday.

Apollonia chief says he was properly installed

Nii Nuertey Amobi II, Apollonia Mantse, has appealed to the people of Apollonia to ignore some media reports questioning his legibility as the lawful chief of Appollonia.

Zabarama chiefs call on Nana Nketia

Nana Kobina Nketia V, Omanhene of Essikado Traditional Area, has appealed to the National Council of Zabarama Chiefs to sensitize Zabaramas in the country to participate in national development. He said Zabaramas must have strong bond with the country and contribute positively towards its development.

President Mahama urges Chiefs to Prevent Conflict

President John Dramani Mahama has appeal to traditional authorities to desist from acts that undermine peace and security in the country. He said, Chieftaincy disputes, traditional conflicts and ethnic conflicts were deeply damaging to the citizenry because of the instability and division they create.

Rawlings praises late Inspector General of Police

Former President Jerry John Rawlings has described late Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr S. S. Omane, as a remarkable man and a national asset. President Rawlings said Mr. Omane represented a generation who believed in discipline, a high level of respectability and integrity.

Okyenhene calls for return to values of society

Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panin, the Okyenhene, and the President of the Eastern Regional House of Chiefs, has expressed concern about the disrespect for Ghanaian moral values. He has, therefore, called for a reorientation to uphold the core values of the Ghanaian society.
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