Leklebi Kame Gets a New Chief after 30 years of Vacancy

The people Leklebi Kame in the Leklebi Traditional Area of the Afadzato South District have installed a new chief after 30 years since the stool became vacant. Togbe Attatsi V was installed on Sunday 26th of Jan, 2020 as the new leader of the community which had been without a chief since 1990. The occasion was witnessed by state officials such as the DCE for the area, and a host of traditional rulers from various traditional areas.

In his welcome address, one of the kingmakers, Mr. E.K Bredzei, mentioned that the prolonged absence of a recognised chief in the town has stalled development, depriving them of relevant social amenities such portable water, quality academic infrastructure, etc. He pleaded with government and relevant state agencies to come to the aid of the community so the town could get the needed facelift.

Togbe Attatsi V, known in private life as Mr. Frank Yao Gli, a businessman, was born on 27th August 1970. He had his early childhood education at Leklebi Kame E.P Primary School, and his ‘O’ and ‘A’ level education at Kpando Sec Sch. Thereafter he enrolled at the E.P University College, Ho graduating with a first Class honours in Accounting & Finance.
He has many years of working experience as an accountant and is married with three children.

In his inaugural speech, Tobge Attatsi V, thanked the people for the overwhelming show of goodwill and support. He promised to provide them the kind of leadership founded on hope, truth, confidence and which is inspired by biblical principles and deeply rooted in the word of God.

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