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Yagbonwura Makes Historic Visit To Ya Na



In a landmark event, Yagbonwura Bii-Kunuto Jewu Soale I, the King of the Gonja Kingdom, made a historic visit to the Gbewaa Palace in Yendi to meet with Ndan Ya Na Abukari II, the King of Dagbon. This unprecedented meeting aims to fortify the longstanding relationship between the two kingdoms.

Upon receiving the Yagbonwura, Ndan Ya Na Abukari II highlighted the significance of this visit, noting that it is the first of its kind and marks a new chapter in the rich history of both kingdoms. He emphasized the deep cultural and historical connections between the people of Dagbon and Yagbon, underscoring their intertwined kinship, shared traditions, and common heritage.

“For centuries, Dagbon and Yagbon have been neighbours, connected by bonds of kinship, culture, and common history,” said the King of Dagbon. He pointed out that the people of these regions have extensively inter-married, creating vibrant communities where cultural and linguistic exchanges are commonplace. “We have Dagbon royals born of Gonja mothers and vice versa. These connections emphasize our unity and the commonalities that bind us together.”

The Ya Na also stressed that the visit symbolizes greater unity and understanding among Ghana’s tribal kings, reinforcing the principles of mutual respect and courtesy. He called for the people of the five northern regions to unite in addressing common challenges such as poverty, illiteracy, and underdevelopment.

“This visit signifies the beginning of a new era of collaboration and mutual support,” he stated, encouraging the youth and future leaders to strengthen their bonds of friendship and work towards peace and development. He emphasized the role of traditional leaders and state institutions in seeking peaceful resolutions to conflicts.

In his address, Yagbonwura Bii-Kunuto Jewu Soale I expressed his excitement and reiterated the importance of further collaboration between the Dagbon and Gonja kingdoms. He urged Ghanaians, particularly the youth, to avoid electoral violence and to adhere to the rules and regulations of the upcoming 2024 General Elections.

“Election 2024 is about Ghana, and we have to prove to the whole world that Ghana is capable and can manage its own affairs,” the Yagbonwura stated. He emphasized the responsibility of Ghanaians to choose a leader who will lead the nation rightfully, putting the country’s interests above all.

Source: GhanaFeed.Com

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