Police Inspector installed as Devt Chief
A police Inspector (Insp), Rebecca Nana Ama Entsie has been installed as the Development Queen (Nkoso Hemaa), at Ekumfi Otuam at a colourful ceremony in the Central region.
Insp Entsie, an Administrator of the Central Cook House at the National Police Training School at Tesano in Accra now has the stool name Nana Ama Entsie I.
The new queen who earlier sworn an Oath of Allegiance before Nana Ama Ntwe III, Queen mother of Ekumfi Otuam, was accompanied by queens, elders, Asafo warriors and indigenes through the principal streets of the town amidst drumming, singing and firing of musketry.
The event which attracted guests including traditional rulers who featured in their colourful kente apparel and gold ornaments, personnel of the police service, expatriates, family and friends, was also to commemorate the 2023 Ekumfi Otuam festival.
Nana Ama Ntwe III in an interview with The Spectator assured the chiefs and people of Otuam of her determination to promote cultural values and ensure development in the community.
“I pledge to be faithful and loyal to the chiefs and people of Otuam, I promise I will serve all persons without discrimination and also work hard with the chiefs and queens to execute policies and programmes to better the lots of the people in the area,” she stressed.
The new Development Queen said she would partner stakeholders within Otuam and its environs to ensure discipline among the youth in the community and beyond.
Nana Ama Entsie I, promised to show good leadership skills and appealed to the people of Otuam to support her to discharge her duties effectively.
She thanked the Chiefs and people of the town for the confidence reposed in her and assured to collaborate to ensure development in Otuam.
From Anita Nyarko-Yirenkyi, Otuam