Two ambassadors Monday signed the book of condolence opened for the late Osu Mantse, Nii Okwcei Kinka Dowuona VI at the Osu Palace in Accra.
They were the United State's Mrs Stephanie S. Sullivan and Denmark's Tom Norring. Also, three top hierarchies from the Ghana Police Service of Osu district were also present to sign the book of condolence. They were Motor Traffic and Transport Department(MTTD)Commander, Deputy Superintendent of Police(DSP)Isaac O. Ocansey, District Crime Officer DSP M Q Prosper Kwame Torgbui and Divisional Commander, Chief Superintendent Gladys M Longdon.
Nii Dowuona VI before his passing was the president of the Greater Accra Regional House of Chiefs from 2016 to 2020 and was later re-elected for another term. He was enstooled as the Osu Mantse in 2007. He was born and named Michael Dowuona Owoo on 7 November, 1963 in Adabraka in Accra to Nii Dowuona we of Osu kinkawe and Madam Grace from Wellington family of Osu Alata.
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