Torgbui Adisre outdoored as new Chief for Dzodze Ablorme

Torgbui Adisre outdoored as new Chief for Dzodze Ablorme

Torgbui Adisre VII, a newly installed chief of Dzodze Ablorme in the Ketu North Municipality, has called for the support of the people to bring the needed development to the community.
The newly installed chief said he was aware the position came with an onerous task to ensure development among his people, stating that “chieftaincy has been the bedrock of community development since the days of our forefathers and the chieftaincy of today must do same.”
Torgbui Adisre was speaking at a durbar of chiefs and people of Dzodze to outdoor him along with his Agbotadua, Prosper Dzakpasu and Mama Gbewodo II, Queen of Dzodze Ablorme.
He pledged his willingness to serve his people and called on them to unite and support him in bringing the needed development to the area.

“The confidence you have vested in me will not be in vain. I humbly do accept the role as your chief to lead and help our community to grow. With your support, I shall ensure that all available resources will be used efficiently and effectively in developing our community.
I wish to encourage us all to put away any past differences and forge ahead as a people with a common destiny for the development of Dzodze. All of us should come on board because the train is moving, and no one must be left behind.”

“I Torgbui Adisre VII, Mama Gbewodo II, Agbotadua and Fiator all of Adisre Clan of Dzodze Ablorme wish to guarantee you all that with the help and cooperation of honest, hardworking and experienced contemporaries, we will work tirelessly, fearlessly to uplift our community’s progress,” Torgbui further pledged.
Mama Gbewodo expressed gratitude for her coronation and assured that she would work with other queens to support their chiefs to continue the good work already started.

She prayed to God for divine wisdom to enable her to perform her new role while calling on other queens for direction in discharging her duties saying, “I’m open for corrections from my fellow queens if the need be.”

The ceremony chaired by Torgbui Adamah III, the Paramount Chief of Some Traditional Area, was attended by chiefs, dignitaries and people from the diaspora.
They were treated to indigenous Ewe music and dance performances from local and international dance groups.

The 48-year-old Torgbui Adisre VII, known in private life as Mr Ben Angelis Dzakpasu holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of Ghana and Teacher’s Certificate ‘A’ from Jasikan College of Education.
He is currently the headteacher of Nungua KroMA ‘5’ Basic School and President of Catholic Men Fellowship, St Mark Awutu Bereku Chapter.

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