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Okyenhene re-elected President of E/R House of Chiefs

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Okyenhene Amoatia Ofori Panin (R) was sworn in by High Court Judge Justice Kwabi (L)
Okyenhene Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panin has been re-elected as the President of the Eastern Regional House of Chiefs.
He gets to work for another four-year term as allowed by the law, having stood unopposed.
His vice, Nana Osei Nyarko of the Bosogua Traditional Area, also won unopposed.
They both swore the oaths of office, secrecy and allegiance administered by High Court Judge Justice K. A. Kwabi.
Three more chiefs – Nana Okotwaasu Kantamanto Oware Agyekum of  Akyem Bosome Traditional Area, Obrempong Amo Kyeretwie of New Abirem and Nene Sackitey Konor of the Manya Traditional Area – were elected to join their president and vice president as representatives of the Region at the National House of Chiefs.
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Five chiefs will represent the Eastern Region at the national level
The three were also duly sworn in.
Thursday’s elections were supervised by the Eastern Region Electoral Commission Director, Faith Amedzake, and his two deputies.
By Yvonne Neequaye|3news.com|Ghana

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