The former coordinator of the Bole Customary Lands Secretariat, Mr Seidu Jeremiah and his board members had on February 19, 2021, officially handed over to a new board constituted by the Paramount Chief of the Bole Traditional Area, Bolewura Sarfo Kutege Feso I to manage the affairs of issues relating to land acquisition within the Bole Traditional Area.
Speaking to media the event after the ceremony, Mr Seidu Jeremiah stated that, the Bole customary Land Secretariat office was locked downed due to instability and a curfew imposition in Bole town making the office space a bit difficult to operate since they deal directly with traditional leadership.
He added that the controversy over who was a legitimate Bolewura after the demise of Bolewura Awuladese Potonpron (ll) was also a big factor in locking up the office.
He said that the main aims of the Secretariat includes resolving land problems , providing information and documentation of land acquisition ,cost of land, supporting the Bolewura’s land allocation committee to function and supporting government agencies like country and planning, lands commission, and stool land to function effectively and efficiently.
“There is now stability in Bole, and the new Paramount Chief, Bolewura safo Kutege Feso (l) has set up a new board with a new coordinator and chairman to continue from where the old board stopped”, Mr Jeremiah noted.
The new Chairman of the Management Board of the Bole Customary Lands secretariat “kiyigbon asewura (kilampobile-wura)” and the new board members thanked Mr Seidu Jeremiah for his hard work, commitment and dedication towards the success of the Bole Traditional Area .
Chief “Kiyigbon asewura” said that a man can never fulfil everything in life, and that the new board will continue from where he Mr Jeremiah and his team stopped.
The Board Chairman on behalf of Bolewura Sarfo Kutege Feso (l) and the entire board wished Mr Jeremiah all the best in life and that they will always call on him to assist the new board when the need arises.
Source: yagbonradioonline/Iddrisu Seidu