Chieftaincy Ministry Takes Part In Atsukope & Agbevekope Chiefs Enstoolment Ceremony web

Chieftaincy Ministry Takes Part In Atsukope & Agbevekope Chiefs Enstoolment Ceremony

The Aflao Area Chieftaincy Ministry of The Church of Pentecost played a significant role in the grand outdooring and installation ceremony of Torgbi Amedegbe II (Chief of Atsukofe), Torgbi Agbeve II (Chief of Agbevekope), Mama Tsulia II, and Agotaduawo.

The glamourous event took place at Agbevekope, near Agbozume, on Friday, October 27, 2023.

The occasion, attended by diverse individuals, marked the official installation of the newly appointed chiefs, with the Aflao Area Chieftaincy Ministry Coordinator, Pastor Alfred Agbetsiafa, and his team adding to the festive atmosphere.

The celebration featured vibrant drumming, singing, and a captivating display of culture and pageantry.

Togbi Adama IV, the Fiaga of Some Traditional Area and the main speaker for the event, charged the newly installed chiefs to dedicate themselves to the development of their respective traditional areas.

He emphasised the transformative role of leadership, stating, “The purpose of leadership is to inspire and foster development. With a formidable force and cohesiveness, we can bring development to our respective communities.”

Pastor Alfred Agbetsiafa, the Aflao Area Chieftaincy Ministry Coordinator, administered the oath of allegiance to the newly installed chiefs.

He urged them to lead with integrity, unity, and diligence, addressing the current need for faithful leaders committed to serving the masses rather than personal interests.

“I am hopeful that you would prove to be one of the best traditional leaders of your time,” he added, encouraging them to apply godly principles in justice administration and leadership.

In response, the newly installed chiefs pledged their allegiance to their respective stools and expressed their commitment to serving their people with benevolence.

Report by Pastor Francis Lamptey (Aflao Area Reporter)

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