Some indigens of Dagbon Traditional area are accusing former President John Mahama of trying to create division in the Dagobn Traditional area as he planned to visit some Chiefs during his thank you toor in the Region.
As part of his Nationwide thank you toor which he started in the Upper East Region yesterday, the former President is scheduled visit some prominent Chiefs in Dagbon, whiles ignoring others.
Per the itinary of the former President, he is schedule to meet Chiefs such as, the Yaana, Yoona, Gukpenaa, Dakpema and Sagnarigu Chief.
Missing in the list is the Mion Lana who is one of the prominent Chiefs in Dagbon and a brother of the Yoona.
The exclusion of the Mion Lana from the list of people he want to visit has raised eye brows as some have accused him of division in the Dagobn Traditional area.
This is because, the Mion Lana is perceived to be the head of the Abudu gate who are more politically inclined to the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).
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