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Wor-Lumo Kono Borketey Lawerh Tsuru, Gborbu Wulomo of Nungua Traditional Area flanged by Obrepong Nii Alabi Dzenge XI (R) and Nene Akuaku Kabu III, Ada Mantse at a meeting

Nungua Traditional Area to get Education Fund

BY PHILIP ANTOH philip.antoh@dailyheritage.com.gh


THE GBORBU Wulomo of Nungua Traditional Area, Wor-Lumo Kono Borketey Lawerh Tsuru, has revealed that plans are far advanced to partner the Ada Traditional Council to set up the first Ga-Damgme Education Fund.

Wor-Lumo Tsuru said the Fund would help the vulnerable in society and also help unite Gas and Dangmes.

According to Gborbu Wulomo, the time had come for the people of Ga and Dangme origins to rekindle the historical and much-talked about friendship and peace that existed between the two GaDangme communities.

He made these revelations last Thursday, August 12, 2017, at the Gborbu Wulomo Palace when the Ada Mantse and former President of the Greater Accra House of Chiefs paid a courtesy call on the newly installed Gborbu Wulomo.

Wor-Lumo Tsuru said the two Gadangme communities discussed matters pertaining to the development of their areas.

He thanked the Ada Mantse for making time to visit his palace to rekindle the historical friendship between the two communities.

The Nungua Mankralo, Obrepong Nii Alabi Dzenge XI, expressed happiness about the gesture and said the friendship between Nungua and Ada dates back to pre-colonial days when there was absolute unity in Ga land.

Nii Dzenge said it was time the people of Ga and Dangme team up to initiative programmes that would bring about development and growth.

The Ada Mantse, Nene Akuaku Kabu III, said the visit constituted an official welcome of Wor-Lumo Tsuru after being installed the Gborbu Wulomo.

He assured the people of Nungua of their unflinching support towards any peace process of uniting Gas and Dangmes.

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