Hearts of Oak Board Chairman Togbe Afede has been re-appointed to serve as the President of the National House of Chiefs.
Togbe Afede’s mandate came to an end weeks ago, however the bank roller of the Phobains has received the nod to lead his colleagues for another term.
The National House of Chiefs is the highest body in Ghana that unites all traditional rulers, chiefs and kings. The institution has backing from the Constitution of Ghana.
Togbe Afede XIV, chief of Asogli State resumed office in 2016 after succeeding Prof. Naa John S. Nabila of the Wulugu Naba who served for eight years.
He is the 12th President to have been given the power to direct the affairs of chiefs in Ghana.
Our Board Chairman and President of the National House of Chiefs, His Royal Majesty Togbe Afede XIV has been re-appointed to serve on the Board of the World Trade Center. We send our warm greetings and congratulate him on his appointment going forward. pic.twitter.com/JV6vfEE7nm
— Phobians (@HeartsOfOakGH) April 15, 2019
By Frank Darkwah