Nii Tackie Amoah II, sprinkling the traditional meal (Kpoikpoi) in the town
The chiefs and people of Adjen Kotoku in the Ga West municipality, last Saturday celebrated their Homowo festival with pomp and pageantry.
There was firing of musketery while a retinue of sub-chiefs followed the chief, Nii Tackie Amoah II, who sprinkled the traditional meal (Kpoikpoi) in the town.
Earlier in an address, Nii Amoah VI said his seven year’s on the throne has brought about significant developments in the town.
He mentioned the construction of an ultra modern police station, a hospital, a market, a kraal, and a Senior High School as some of the projects.
Nii Amoah VI expressed appreciation to the government for financing the projects which he said would be inaugurated by President J. E. A. Mills in December.
He called for peace to prevail in the Ga Chieftaincy dispute, adding that, Adjen Kotoku had been without any chieftaincy disputes for a long time.
Nii Amoah VI, called on the police to investigate and arrest people who encroach upon a 10 acre plot he had released to the police for the construction of their barracks.
He has also urged the police to put the land into proper use to check the activities of encroachers.