A mammoth crowed graced the newly constructed Gbewaa Palace in Yendi to witness the enskinment of the new temporary regent of Dagbon, Zuu Abdulai.
The enskinment took place last Friday, with Boling-Lana Mahamadu Abdulai being installed as the new regent of Dagbon.
The newly installed regent is the first surviving son of late the Yaa-Naa Mahamadu Abdulai IV.
He became the Boling-Lana at the age of 14, following the demise Yaa-Naa Mahamadu Abdulai IV.
His enskinment, therefore, forms part of activities lined up for the performance of the funeral of the late Yaa-Naa.
A host of persons trooped to the Gbewaa Palace to witness the historic crowning of the new Regent.
Some mounted on top of cars, while others climbed trees just a get a glimpse of the history ceremony.
Boling-Lana Mahamadu Abdulai has served Regent of his late father for the past 30 years.
Meanwhile, the Abudu Royal family has vowed to ensure the burial ceremony of the late Yaa Naa is done free of violence.
This follows several meetings, with all parties finally agreeing that the Northern Regional Minister hands over the keys of the Gbewaa palace to the Regent of Nantong.
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