A-G DECORATED BY OSUDOKU TRADITIONAL COUNCIL
The chiefs and people of Shai-Osudoku have expressed their appreciation to the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo for honoring their daughter Gloria Akuffo with an appointment to the high office of Attorney General and Minister of Justice.
“The entire Osudoku traditional area is happy about your appointment and has come to celebrate and later invite you home for the appropriate customary ritual to be performed in order to ensure you’re successful with the mandate placed on you.”
“In fact, we shall invite you to the upcoming Festival in October to celebrate with you….” The traditional council has stated.
The Osudoku Traditional Council led by Nene Teye Titriku – representing the Paramountcy – was pledging its support to the Attorney General at a courtesy call in Accra.
Gloria Akuffo, the Attorney General and Minister of Justice was thankful for the visit and thus requested the Chiefs and the entire people of Osudoku to rally behind the government and pray for a good delivery of progress of the sector under her watch.
Flowing eloquently in the dangme language, the Attorney General appealed to the council to “pray to God to grant me the spirit of humility to serve …”
She urged them to put away all chieftaincy disputes and take advantage of programs being rolled out by government such as the “Free Senior High School; One-District-One-Factory” among others, adding “..Government is committed to the One District One Factory but the people themselves must know what they want…”
Performing a special ritual, the Paramount queen mother of the Osudoku Traditional Area, Nana Ama Amponsah decorated the Attorney General in a three-piece royal “Kente” cloth, jewelry – including necklaces, bangles – and native sandals to match.
Miss Akuffo in her smashing regalia responded to cheers and appellations from all