News Ngleshie Domeabra Asafoatse Inducted Into Traditional Council By admin Posted on November 15, 2019 3 min read 0 0 200 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The Ngleshie Alata and James Town Traditional Council has inducted into its fold the Asafoatse of Ngleshie Domeabra, Nii Kojo Kwaw III. Known in private life as Charles Coffie, the Asafoatse who was installed on 27th April 2017, told this paper that now that power has been vested in him by the paramouncy, Domeabra, a suburb of the Ga South Municipal Assembly would witness development unprecedented and unity among the people in his area. “My people chose me to come and serve, and that is the call I responded to. Under my tenure as the Asafoatse of Domeabra, I will do all I can to make sure my name will stay in the good books of our traditional council and the people I serve’’, Nii Kojo Kwaw said. According to him, activities of land guards threatens potential land owners and developers in the area would be tackled head-on and called on the security services to start patrolling the area, whilst “encouraging those who have bought lands and abandoned them to come back to site and regularize their documents to continue their building projects.” In an interview with this paper, Nii Kwaw III made a clarion call on other traditional chiefs and elders in the area to desist from activities that may ruin the unity and stability that exist in the area. “Let us always move together for a common goal, and the only tool that can move us is unity, with unity we can build, and with love we can build stronger”, he urged. Present at the ceremony were the registrar and staffs of the Ngleshie Jamestown Traditional Council, kingmakers and other sub chiefs in the area.