Ga Mantse Prays For Alan’s Victory In Upcoming NPP Flagbearship Race

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The Ga Mantse, Nii Tackie Teiko Tsuru II, has assured NPP presidential hopeful Hon. Alan Kyerematen of his continuous prayers in support of his candidature as flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

“I Pray that you win the contest to become the NPP Flagbearer for the 2024 elections” the Ga Mantse told the former Trade and Industry Minister when he led a 21- man delegation to pay a courtesy call on him (Ga Mantse) at his palace at Kaneshie, Accra, on Monday.

The delegation, with Hon. Ayikoi Ottoo, Deputy Attorney – General and former Ghana High Commissioner to Canada as Spokesperson,
called the Ga Mantse to congratulate him on his successful installation as Ga Mantse.

It was also to empathize with the Ga Mantse on the passing on to glory of the Queen Mother of the Ga State, Naa Dedei Omaedru III.

The delegation assured the Chiefs and people of the Ga State of Hon Alan Kyerematen’s support during the impending funeral of the late Queen Mother.

The team used the ocasion to formally inform the Ga Mantse and the Ga Traditional Council of Hon Kyerematen’s decision to contest as Presidential candidate of NPP when the Party opens nominations for the flagbearership contest later in the year.

Members of the delegation included sitting and former members of parliament as as, Hon. Sly Tetteh, Hon. Carlos Ahenkora, Hon. Dr. Adomako Kissi, Hon. Kwaku Agyenim Boateng and Hon. Bright Baligi

Others were Hon. Bonface Saddique, Dr. Alhassan Samari Hon. Yaw Buaben Asamoah, Nana Ohene Ntow, Mr. Stephen Kyerematen, Hon. Catherine Afeku, Hon. Gifty Klenam, Dr. Samiu Nkrumah, Mr. Kofi Kapito and Mr. Philip London.

The rest are Hon. Okerchiri Adusah, Mr. Richard Nyamaa, Rev. Charles Owusu and Hon. Ridwan Abbass.

The Ga Mantse hoped an Alan Kyerematen government would promote an agenda that would be beneficial to the whole of country and ensure greater national inclusiveness.

Nii Tackie Tsuru II, the Ga Mantse who is also President of the Ga Traditional Council and known in private life as Dr. Kelvin Nii Tackie Abia Tackie was inducted on Saturday May 9, 2020 as the legitimate occupant of the presidency of the Ga Traditional Council.

His induction was witnessed by the Otublohum Mantse, Nii Doodoo Nsaki, the immediate past acting president of the Ga Traditional Council and the Sempe Mantse, Nii Adote Otintor.

The induction ceremony followed the pronouncement of the Dzaasetse of the Ga Stool and principal kingmaker for the Ga State ended a16-year chieftaincy dispute among various factions of the royal household, all of which were laying claim to the Ga throne.


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