The Leader of the Ewe Clan in the Central Belt of Ghana, Torgbe Mawufeame Fugah has called on government to reconsider the closer of Ghana’s borders particularly in the Ketu South Municipality for Ghanaian Nationals into the country.
According him, most Ghanaians in Ghana based in the Ketu South Municipality are in neighboring Togo doing retail trading just to make a living to support their families back home.
He debunked and rubbished the idea made by some politicians in the country in their campaign trail that Ewe’s are not Ghanaians and should not be allowed to take part in the upcoming General Elections.
He added that Ewe’s should be proud of their ethnicity and urged them to desist from all manner of violence in the country.
In His submission to the President of the Republic, His Excellency Nana Akufo Addo, he called on the Electoral Commission (EC), the Military and the Politicians not to jeopardize the peace of the country.
The Leader of the Ewe Clan in the Central Belt of Ghana, Torggui Mawufeame Fugah made this known when he installed the Kontihene of the Ewe community in the Ashanti Region and also Chief of Kaase for the Ewe Community, Togbe Christian Kwame Ahiataku at his palace in Kumasi.
The newly installed Kontihene of the Ewe Community in the region (Ewe Kaase Chief), Togbe Christian Kwame Ahiataku advised the Ewe community in the Ashanti region to desist from all forms of political violence particularly during this electionary period and promised of support to ensure peace in the region
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