May 20, 2024

Nana Takyi Fri, the new Krotrehene of the Techiman Traditional Council and some other 10 Chiefs  have sworn an oath of allegiance to the Omanhene of the Techiman Traditional Area who doubles as the President of the Techiman Traditional Council Osedeayor Akumfi Ameyaw IV.

The event, took place at the Royal Palace of Osedeayor Akumfi Ameyaw IV, in Techiman South of the Bono East Region on  March 28, 2024.

The traditional council under the auspices of Osedeayor Akumfi Ameyaw IV, inducted and gazette the 11 Chiefs into the Techiman Traditional Council.

The Techiman South Municipal Circuit Court Judge, His Honor Samuel Djanie Kotey, sworn in the Chiefs  after taking the oath of membership and secrecy.

His Honor Samuel Djanie Kotey, urged the Chiefs and Queen Mothers to respect the laws of Ghana and also desist from interfering with due processes of the law when it comes to cases involving themselves or their families.

Speaking to after their induction, Nana Takyi Fri, the new Techiman Krotrehene, explained that, he has been acting as the Krotrehene for the past 10 years due to some disputes and feels honored that he has now been recognized as the Krontenehe of Techiman by the Techiman Traditional Council.

“I will first of all thank God for given my the strength and wisdom to act as the Krontinhene of Techiman despite the numerous court cases I have encountered within the last 10 years, God has been good to me and as a result I have been able to execute my duties as the acting Krontihene without any troubles.

“Now that I have been gazetted, I will work even harder than before to help bring development to Techiman and its environs, I will also thank my Lord, Osedeayor Akumfi Ameyaw IV and all his chiefs for supporting my throughout the past years.” He said

He use the opportunity to thank his family for the support given to him for the past 10 years.

New Onyinasehene Nana Kwame Brafi I and Nana Twih Brempong Akisimusuhene also thanked the Techiman Traditional council for accepting them into the council and promised to give out all they can to support the newly inducted chiefs for the betterment of the council.