Let’s Peace Prevail Among Yourselves Elders-Nii Botwe Laryea II Warn Nungua Mantse And Wulomo

The Dzase of Nungua and also doubled as the CEO of Kpoo Keke, Nii Botwe Laryea II, has called for unity between the two elders of Nungua Traditional area.

According to him, not because of Borteman Lands Chief will fight his wulomo and the next the Wulomo too his fighting his chief in the media outlets, this won’t bring development’s and progressives into the Nungua community.

He said child must give respect to the his elder whilst the elder too gives respect to younger one because we’re all from one family.

The said Borteman Lands was released to Nungua stool than the current Wulomo wasn’t the Wulomo, so there is a need to set the record straight.

Nii Botwe Laryea II was optimistic that he should be the one even fighting over the said land cause he played lead role before the Land was released to Nungua people by the than Minister for Lands and Natural resources Hon.Cecilia Dapaah.

According to him, he has put up factory in Nungua for the youth to benefit, those fighting they should come and say what they done for the youth to benefited from them.

“They rather choose to buy luxury cars and if u don’t have money to maintain it will get spoiled and you may be repaired it” he stressed.

He said Nungua has come a long way and needs progressiveness not fighting.

Nungua is a peace loving community with a lot resources, but when fighting each other as an Indigene than is like you are destroying the image Nungua.

He urges them to rather forster unity to enable them to go and fight for properties that has lost them over the years.

 

By Joseph Nana Yaw Cobbina& Gideon Kotey

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