After three years of protracted Chieftaincy impasse which led to several clashes and fatalities, Peace has now finally returned to Bole, a town in the Savanna region following the amicable settlement of the matter by the Yagbonwura Mediation Committee, that is according to newly nominated chief of Bole.
Chief Safo Kant told a delegation led by the Savanna Regional Minister, Hon. Salifu Adam Braimah who visited him to congratulate him on his appointment as the custodian of Bole that the traditional area will experience a new era of peace and social stability considering the matter which so divided them has now been resolved.
Chief Kant disclosed to the Minister and his delegation that the man that fiercely opposed him for the Bole skin has been very cooperative since his pronouncement as the Bole-wura was made few days ago adding that, his then contender and now Jentilpe-wura, Chief Alhaji Bukari has sent a delegation to his palace to pay homage.
He assured the Regional Minister and his entourage of his readiness to canvass the support of his then contender for the welfare of Bole Traditional Area.
The Savannah Regional Minister, Hon Adam Salifu Braimah on his part, assured the newly appointed Bolewura of Government support and pleaded that differences are reconciled faction for the betterment of his people.
The Minister’s visit to the palace of the Bole-wura elect was the second of it’s kind by a Government official following an initial visit by the DCE of the Bole District and her Dissec team early this morning.
Hon. Salifu Adam Braimah and his delegation also called on to Chief Alhaji Bukari, then contender for the Bole throne and now Jintelpe-wura nominee who also assured the Minister of his readiness and support for the Bole-wura elect.
SOURCE: NtvGhana.com/Ezekiel Abdul Aziz