The Paramount Chief of Nandom, Naa Prof Edmund Nminyem Delle, has urged chiefs and queenmothers in the area to remain united and support him to change Nandom to become the positive focus of the country.
“It is only when we are a united front that people would be prepared to help us. This is the beginning of great things to come, but they will never come if we don’t come together as one, so that people will not hear of Nandom in the negative way again,” he charged.
Naa Prof Delle encouraged the chiefs and queenmothers to stand up for the development of the Municipality, as he was prepared to sacrifice for the survival of a peaceful Nandom.
The Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Rabito Clinic Limited, Naa Prof Edmund Nminyem Delle, made this know at the maiden Traditional Council General Meeting of the Nandom Traditional area last Thursday.
The meeting was attended by 116 chiefs and queenmothers, which comprises 27 Divisional Chiefs, 57 sub Divisional Chiefs, 25 Queenmothers, the Wala Chief, Wangara Chief, Zabarima Naa, Sissala Chief, Fulani Chief, Mossi and Dagomba Chief, and assure them of his commitment to enhance peace and unity for the growth and development of the Nandom Paramountcy.
The CEO of Rabito Clinic said his motto is for peace and urge women in the area to champion the course of peace and need to include women in his governance system for development in the area.
The Chief of Guo, Naa Gonyang Gayiele IV, advised the Nandom Paramount Chief to collaborate with the Lambussie Paramount Chief to solve the land dispute that had existed between the two communities to prevent conflict.
“If you can open some diplomatic conversation with the Lambussie Naa to solve the issue… They have stopped us that we can’t farm. That is where we eke out a living. If it is not tackled and this thing continues, it can even come out to be an open conflict.”
The Chief of Guo further indicated that a traditional council should be established purposely for meetings, conferences and receiving visitors.
Naa Gonyang Gayiele IV appealed to the new Nandom Paramount Chief to intervene for the increment in their allowance of GH¢50, which had been in areas for some months now.
Naa Derry Naalukuu Nicholas Yagr II, Tokuu Naa, appealed for a government hospital and a bank to be established in Nandom to enhance the development of the area.