Despite the high positions that people occupy, there is still the need for these same people to have fun, explore and execute their duties as well. Whether you are the first gentleman of the land or not there comes a time where it is a duty to dance or to do something you don't usually do.
Honourable Samuel Abu Jinapor returns to his home Region and constituency to celebrate the Damba Festival.
The Minister of lands and Natural Resources, Hon. Samuel Abu Jinapor was seen in his native attire called Smock with two Bodua (Animal Tail) to dance in a durbar in the presence of the chiefs in the District or Constituency.
On the Minister's Facebook platform, he made it know that he is continuing his tour and he also participated in the Damba Festival in his Constituency which is Damango Constituency, in the Savannah Region.
In this year's event they met at the Jakpa Palace to celebrate it. The pictures posted by the member of Parliament and Minister of Lands and Natural Resources showed the chiefs and the natives crowded at the chiefs Palace.
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