Charles Owusu finally speaks on Akuffo-Addo's reply to Aflao Chief, Torgbui Fiti V. Charles Owusu says, Ghanaians are criticizing Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo on what he said to the Aflao chief. The president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo never meant those words because he thinks about the future of the new generations.
The resident of Aflao claims, they are giving the president of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo just three (3) days to apologize to their paramount chief, Torgbui Fiti V. The resident says, the manner Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo used to reply their chief is very hurting and it has sparked anger in them.
November 11, 2021. The former President of the Republic and leader of the opposition National Democratic Congress has successfully concluded his nationwide Thank-You tour. The final day can boldly be described as a successful one which saw many Ghanaians in Joyous singing, dancing and chanting Mahama's name.
According to Sammy Gyamfi, Torgbui Fiti's status in Ghana is just like that of Asantehene Otumfour Osei Tutu and Okyehene Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panin. He further explained that he is the Paramount Chief for the entire Aflao with over 20 chiefs serving as his smaller chiefs in the Aflao Kingdom.
The recent tours and working visits of the President, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo-Addo have received attention and mixed reactions from Ghanaians. On his tours, he made statements which have been described by some Ghanaians as an act of disrespect to the traditional authorities of the Aflao area.
The National Communications Officer of the largest opposition party in Ghana, the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Sammy Gyamfi has descended on President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo following his recent comments on the issue pertaining to the completion of the erstwhile John Mahama's E-blocks as demanded by the Paramount Chief of the Aflao Traditional Area, Torgbui Fiti.
The Chief Communicator of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), lawyer Sammy Gyamfi has finally reacted to president Akufo-Addo's infamous comment directed towards the Paramount Chief of the Aflao Traditional Area. In an interview with UTV on Saturday, the verbose NDC communicator underscored the importance of chiefs as agents of development.
Some weeks ago, deputy communications officer for Ashanti region NPP made some vociferous claims that the good people of Volta region had inferiority complex and that was why they kept playing the victim card when it comes to politics. The remarks were deservedly met with widespread criticisms but she has since not come out to when apologise, maybe her stance on the matter has not changed. Fast forward, yesterday, Torgbui Fiti, Paramount Chief of Ketu South, made his dissatisfaction with the previous John Mahama
The flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress, John Dramani Mahama yesterday,took some tour around some selected registration centres in the Volta Region. As part of the visit, the former president visited Ketu South, Ketu North, South Tongu, Akatsi North and many other constituencies in the Volta Region to monitor how the voter's registration exercise was going. As part of his journey, John Mahama paid a courtesy visit to Torgbui Fiti's palace. Where he sent some items for the people to relieve themselves.
John Dramani Mahama, flag bearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) paid a courtesy call on the chief of Ketu South, Torgbui Fiti V, the Paramount chief of Ketu South to pay homage to the Royal. The visit to Torgbui Fiti's palace commences Mr. Mahama's Tour of registration centres in the Volta region as the NDC continues their fervent campaign to re take the presidential seat they lost in 2016. Speaking at the brief ceremony, Torgbui Fiti said that the population of Ketu South is like his daughter
The National Communication Officer, Sammy Gyamfi says that, power does not corrupts but it rather expose the real character and behaviour of a person. Sammy Gyamfi said this in connection to what the president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo did to Aflao chief, Torgbui Fiti V.