Sempe Mantse inducted into traditional council

Nii Adotei Koale I (right) presenting  Nii  Adotey Otintor V Sempe Mantse to  Nii Ayi Bonte II  Gbese Mantse and others of the Traditional Council

Nii Adotei Koale I (right) presenting Nii Adotey Otintor V Sempe Mantse to Nii Ayi Bonte II Gbese Mantse and others of the Traditional Council

Nii Adote Otintor II, Sempe Mantse, has been inducted into the Ga Traditional Council as Divisional Council chief.

His membership almost completes a list of council members who include Gbese Mantse, Otublohum Mantse, Akamajay Mantse, the Asere and Abola Mantsemei are yet to be inducted to achieve the full membership of the council.

Other members of the Council included the Spiritual heads, Nai Wulomo, Sakumo Wulomo and Korle We Wulomo who will bring the spiritual side of the membership of the Council to completion

In a welcome address, Nii Akamajay, advised Nii Otintor to stay above reproach as he joined the council to usher the Ga State into another era of unity, peace and development.

Nii Ayi-Bonte also advised Nii Otintor to become like a father and son to everybody and to serve the people.

Nii Otintor, on his part commended other members of the traditional council for welcoming him into their fold and promised to join members to transform the status quo of the Ga traditional area.

He said his focus would be on education, cleanliness of the city and adjudication of chieftaincy issues to foster peace and unity among the rank and file of the Sempe people and the Ga State at large.

 

By Lawrence Markwei

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