Stop sending anonymous letters to Jubilee House against Regional Ministers- Bongo Naba

Ambassador Paulina Patience Abayage, the UE Reg. Minister in a hearty handshake with Bongo Naba

The Paramount Chief of the Bongo Traditional area, Naba Salifu Afamale Lemyaarum, has called for an end to the numerous anonymous letters to the Jubilee House seeking to unseat successive Upper East Regional Ministers on allegations that they were engaged in one illegality or the other, a practice he labeled as unhealthy for the development of the region.

Naba Salifu Afamale Lemyaarum, Bongo Naba

He was addressing the Upper East Regional Minister, Ambassador Paulina Patience Abayage and her entourage at his palace on Tuesday, during a courtesy call on him by the Minister, to officially introduce herself and also pay homage to him in accordance with appropriate procedures.

Naba Salifu appealed to perpetrators of such to desist from their acts and rather offer their unwavering support to persons appointed by the president to serve the region regardless of ones political party affiliation. This he believes will foster sustainable development in the region.

In December last year, a similar call was made by Naba Sigri Bewong, the Paramount Chief of the Sekote Traditional Area, for a restraint in governments’ frequency in changing the administrative heads of the Upper East Region.

SOURCE; P. K Fordjour