Roads Minister installed ‘chief’

Inusah FuseiniMr. Inusah Fuseini, Minister for Roads and Highways, had been enskinned ‘Mal’zaa Naa’ (Entire Development Chief) as means of motivating other illustrious sons of the Northern Region,  to work hard to develop the area.

Alhaji Abdulai Ziblim, Lamashie-Naa, who enskinned Mr Inusah,  said the gesture was in recognition of the minister’s hard work in developing the region and the country as a whole,  in his capacity as a minister and Member of Parliament (MP).

Alhaji Ziblim said the MPs in the Tamale Metropolis and the region,  were hard working and development-oriented,  but Mr  Fuseini stood tall, hence the need to confer on him the chieftaincy title to spur him on to do more.

“I am giving him the chieftaincy title as an award for hard work,  and if all MPs or Ministers in the country are hard working like him, I think Mother Ghana would develop. The essence of enskinning them is for them to serve as role models,” Lamashie-Naa explained.

He mentioned Murtala Mohammed, MP for Nanton, Haruna Iddrisu, MP for Tamale South and Dr Ahmed Yakubu, MP for Mion who have distinguished themselves, as others who would be honoured.

Naa (Alhaji) Ziblim appealed to the people of Tamale to use the period of the Damba festival to unite with one another to sustain the current peace in the region.

He said development could not thrive in an atmosphere of conflicts and that the essence of Damba was to pray for long life and prosperity.

Mal’zaa Na Fuseini said, he was overwhelmed with joy for the honour done him, and pledged to work harder to justify the confidence reposed in him.

He assured the people that he would continue to serve them diligently to promote their warfare and development.-


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