Sogakope: Togbe Atsuga Sogah II supports Muslims; Calls for calm, peace, unity and togetherness

Togbe Atsuga Sogah lI, the Divisional Chief of Sogakope

Togbe Atsuga Sogah lI, the Divisional Chief of Sogakope

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Togbe Atsuga Sogah lI, the Divisional Chief of Sogakope under Fievie Traditional Area together with his elders joined the South Tongu Chief Imam, a cross-section of Muslim and traditional leaders and citizens at the central mosque of sogakope to celebrate this year’s Eid ul-Fitr occasion.

The Divisional Chief of Sogakope in the South Tongu District of the Volta Region, Ghana used the opportunity to make some donations to the Muslims during the celebration in Sogakope on 13th May, 2021.

Some of the items donated by Togbe Atsuga Sogah ll include; drinks, bottled water and assorted foods.

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He used the occasion to encouraged the zongo youth of sogakope to be calmed, uphold the coexistence brotherhood in other to foster unity and peace among the people of Sogakope and by extension South Tongu. This, he believes will support and promote the development of Tongu in general.

Togbe Atsuga Sogah lI said, sogakope zongo is one of the most peaceful zongo communities in Ghana hence urged them to be good citizens thereby maintaining the status co of the District.

He reiterated that, religious bigotry among others must be avoided within the District. Togbe called on the youth to be tolerance, submissive, law abiding, united and must work in one accord to help develop the District.

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He also admonished the youth to show respect for each other’s religious belief and encouraged them to uphold the fundamental rules and regulations as enshrined in the 1992 constitution and laws of the Traditional Area.

Speaking further, he cautioned the people against hijacking Ghana’s sovereignty. According to him, there’s a need to continue to exercise restrain as our leaders bring finality to the religious discrimination being witnessed in Ghana in the recent times. “Ghana has a reputation of coexistence and tolerance, such must be protected in no certainty” He advised.

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Togbe also used the opportunity to wished all Muslims a happy Eid Mubarak.

Togbe was accompanied by Zikpuitor Francis Sogah, Togbe Godzo from Agorkpo, Togbe Akotianumah IV – Warlord of Fievie Traditional Area and other elders.

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