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Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, the chief of Akyem Traditional Area, Nana Amoatia Ofori Payin, a representative of Asantehene, Osei Tutu II and all chiefs in the Ga traditional area are among the dignitaries expected to attend the final funeral and burial rites of the late Naa Aban Charlotte Borketey Osou-Naoware, the mother of His Royal Highness King Odaifio Welentsi III, Paramount Chief of Nungua Traditional Area on November 11, 2017.
She died at the age of 102 on the August 26, 2017 at Manna Mission Hospital, Teshie after a protracted illness. As a result of her demise, the Nungua Traditional Area has opened a book of condolence in her honour.
A number of individuals, organizations and groups have paid homage to the Nungua Traditional Area and signed the book of condolence. One of such group that signed the book of condolence is the Igbo Community in Ghana.
They were led by the “Igwe” of The Igbo community, Dr. Chukwudi J. Ihenetu. Who said he was sad for His Royal Highness King Odaifio Welentsi III for losing his mother. He told him to be strong in this trying moments and accept their condolence.
The “Igwe” of The Igbo community presented assorted drinks to the Paramount Chief of Nungua Traditional Area and promised to be present at the final funeral and burial of Naa Aban Charlotte Borketey Osou-Naoware to display the rich culture of the people Igbo.
Boni Nii Odai Kwei III, the Kronti and Noryaa Mantse of Nungua Traditional Area in his delivery said during the final funeral and burial rites of the mother of King Odaifio Welentsi III, all shops would be closed and all commercial activities halted before, during and after the funeral and burial.
On his part, King Odaifio Welentsi III, appealed to Ghanaians especially residents of Nungua not to be afraid over any sacrifice.
source: Adovor Nutifafa