He was of the view that the documentation of traditional council state books would help resolve Chieftaincy disputes.
Mr Akufo-Addo said these while launching the Kwahu State book at Mpreaso in the Eastern region on Saturday April 16.
The book is a 3000-page document containing the history, culture and customs of the Kwahu state
“Upon assumption of office, I realized that we spend the financial resources in resolving chieftaincy conflicts. We spend a lot of money trying to resolve chieftaincy disputes in all parts of the country,” President Akufo-Addo said.
By: Yvonne Neequaye| 3news.com|Ghana