Sign in
Download Opera News App



Sad news hit Eastern region as a prominent chief dies

kings are born to lead, guide, and serve their people, but after their time on earth is up, nature ensures that they return to their creator.

speaking of kings returning to their Creator, Daasebrɛ Oti Boateng, a king from Dwaben Foforom, has left the earth to join his forefathers,

Daasebr Oti Boateng has a brief history.

In 1992, he was appointed with the stool name Daasebrɛ Dr Oti Boateng, which he inherited from his brother Daasebrɛ Kwaku Boateng II.

Konongo Odumasi Senior High School was his senior high school, and he followed his study at the University of Ghana, where he earned a Bachelor of Science BSc degree in Economics. He pursued his studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science, earning a Master of Science MSc in Statistics.

In addition, he earned a Doctor of Philosophy and a PhD in Statistics from the University of Liverpool.

From 1982 until 2000, he served as the Ghanaian Government statistician and head of the Statistical Service, benefiting not only his people but also his country. He also worked for 14 years at the University of Ghana, holding roles such as Senior Research Fellow and other important posts.

In 1987, he became the United Nations Statistical Commission's first black Chairman. Daasebr was also elected Chairman of the Geneva-based 15th International Conference of Labor Statisticians.

Among many other positions and contributions he made to serve his people, nation, and the world at large, Daasebrɛ was reported to have joined his ancestors in August 2021, and his people are saddened, but it is clear that such a great person will always be remembered; may his perfect soul rest in peace.

Content created and supplied by: Dapaah_Gh (via Opera News )

Daasebrɛ Daasebrɛ Kwaku Daasebrɛ Oti Boateng Dwaben Foforom Konongo Odumasi


Load app to read more comments