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The President of the National House of Chiefs of Togo and Paramount Chief of Notsie, Togbe Agorkoli IV, on Tuesday, February 14, 2017 paid a “historic” visit to the seat of government.
The visit by Togbe Agorkoli was notably since it marked the first visit by a chief from Togo to the President of the Republic.
Agorkoli was accompanied by the President of Ghana's House of Chiefs, Togbe Afede XIV. According to media reports, the visit by the chief was to extend fraternal greetings from the people of Notsie, the ancestral home of Ewes, and the people of Togo to Ghanaians.
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Togbe Agorkoli IV hailed Nana Addo for his respect for the institution of chieftaincy, noting that Nana Addo accepting the request for a meeting further goes to prove that point.
He also invited the president to the September 9th festival of the people of Notsie.
Nana Addo, in addressing the crowd, assured that a solid relationship between Ghana and Togo is one he will seek to advance over the course of his tenure of office.
He continued to explain how, together with Faure Gnassingbe, President of Togo, they espoused an idea meet on a regular basis to discuss issues pertaining to the advancement of the two countries.