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O/R: Be humble as chiefs and leaders in your communities – Nana Sago advice sub chiefs

The Chief of Nkwanta in the Nkwanta South Municipality of the Oti region Nana Sago Akineasen I has advised his sub chiefs to live an exampelary life for their subjects to emulate.


Speaking at the durbar at his palace on 19th April 2022 during an installation of new linguists for the six sub chiefs of the people of Akyode in Nkwanta, Nana said the sub chiefs should live their lives like leaders so that the youth especially can learn something good them.

He further stated that, their attitude and way of life must change as leaders.

“For you to be respected by others ,you first need to respect yourself and the people you are leading,in this way you will attract lots of love and respect from your people” he said.

He also challenged them to uphold the moral values regardless of who them meet in their leadership positions.

Nana however urged them not engage or even show their political affiliate in order to maintain the respect they deserve and by so doing their subjects will not suffer when their political party is not in power .

He finally said religion has nothing to do with kingship therefore regardless of ones religion, when you are being called by your people to lead as chief or queen, grab it because culture has nothing to do with Christianity or any other religion and must response to duty when they are being called on.

The Queen mother of Nkwanta, Nana Atabaso Obumelesu Gesibide I ,also urged all the sub Queen mother’s to support her train up the girls in Akyode to become better people in the community and also help fight against teenage pregnancy in their communities.

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