Nii Asafoatse Quaye Kukurudu IV of Adjen-Kotoku Kwarteman in the Ga West Municipality has appealed to traditional rulers in the Greater Accra Region to be law-abiding.
Chiefs and the elders of the region, he said, must be respectful to one another and put an end to the chieftaincy, land litigation and multiple sales of lands that has created chaos and deprived the people of development.
Nii Quaye Kukurudu made the appeal in an interview with the Ghana News Agency at Adjen-Kotoku Kwarteman after meeting with the youth to plan developmental projects for the community.
He called on the chiefs to unite and come under one umbrella to fight for the common good of the region and avoid acts that denigrate the chieftaincy of the people of Accra with police arrests and court cases.
He urged the chiefs and people of the region to use the forthcoming Homowo Festival to initiate projects for the improvement of the living conditions of their towns such as the construction of school structures, markets, and health centres, among others.
He entreated the chiefs, especially those in the Ga West Municipality to make lands available to the Assembly to undertake development projects while admonishing them to be courteous and respectful to their people.
Nii Quaye Kukurudu advised the youth to desist from social vices like smoking of tobacco, marijuana and taking of tramadol and alcohol, which would ruin their lives because they are the nation’s future.