‘Enskinment of new Yaa-Naa is the Lord’s doing’ – Akufo-Addo


President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is courting support for the new Yaa-Naa of Dagbon, Abubakari Mahama II.
He has urged the people of Dagbon to rally behind the new Yaa-Naa and give out their full support in a bid to sustain the current peace being enjoyed in the area.
“To paraphrase the words of Holy Scripture, the enskinment of Ya-Naa Abubakari Mahama II is the Lord’s doing, and it is marvellous in our sight. Let us give him all the support he requires, as he sets about to administer the affairs of the state of Dagbon,” he said.
Until today, January 25, 2019, Dagbon had been without a Ya-Naa following years of protracted chieftaincy disputes.
The Delayed final funeral rites of two previous Ya-Naa’s were conducted recently, after a peace roadmap was adopted, paving the way for the coronation of Ya-Naa Abubakari Mahama II today.
Speaking at the coronation in Yendi today, President Nana Akufo-Addo described Ya-Naa Abubakari Mahama II as a man of reconciliation and one under whose reign Dagbon will be united.
“Naa, I know you are a man of peace and unity. I know your selection as Ya Naa, you are a man of reconciliation. I believe you are the man to reconcile Dagbon, and blunt the age-old rivalry of Abudu versus Andani, and put Dagbon back on the path to sustained progress and prosperity, as was envisaged by one of the greatest figures in the history of Dagbon, the 18th Ya-Naa, Naa Zangina.”
He further urged the people of Dagbon to be decorous in their endevours in order not to erode efforts put in place to bring lasting peace to the area.
“Dagbon does not have to fear any external enemy. Dagbon is a great state, one of the most ancient traditional states of our history. It has survived many marauding forces and repelled many enemies. Dagbon can only be brought to its knees by internal malcontents, and it is our collective duty and in our collective interest to fend them off.”

  • “I, therefore, call on the sons and daughters of Dagbon to unite behind the new Ya-Naa, Abubakari Mahama II. He is a man of experience and dignity, and I am confident he will discharge the duties of his new office with distinction.”

President Akufo-Addo also assured that “I shall do everything in my power as President of the Republic to administer this role in an atmosphere of peace and tranquility.”
On projects, President Akufo-Addo said a sum of GHc30 million has been approved by Cabinet for the provision of a new water project to replace the old one in the area.
He said the necessary documentation will be tabled before Parliament soon for approval to be made before the project is started.
“Cabinet approved  GHc30million water supply project that will replace the old water project. The project is now going to be sent to Parliament for approval before it begins,” President Akufo-Addo added.

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