The overlord of Dagbon traditional area, Ya Naa Abukari Mahama II on Thursday sent delegation to the jubilee house, the seat of the president to officially inform the president of the death of the chief of Mion, Mion-Lana Abdulai Mahamadu
Akufo Addo on his welcome statement noted that Mion-Lana Abdulai Mahamadu was a young man, who had a good heart, and was a lover of his people.
He was a respectful and obedient Chief to his Overlord, and who was determined to do his bit to advance the welfare of the people of Dagbon.
"It is my hope that, when the funeral rites are concluded, all will co-operate to find a worthy successor to him as Mion Lana. It will be one of the best ways we can pay tribute and honour to his memory" he added
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo added that it was one of the saddest days for the Dagbon land, he expressed his deep and sincere condolences to the Yaa Naa, the family of the late Mion Lana and the entire people of Dagbon.
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