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Togbi James Ocloo V pays courtesy call on CEO of Fafaa Radio

Dufia of Keta, Togbi James Ocloo V and Mama Tokormi paid a courtesy call on the Chief Executive Officer of Fafaa 100.3 FM, Evangelist Emmanuel Ketaman Evortepe on 27th August, 2019.

Keta is one of the ancient towns of the Anlo traditional area. History has it that when our fore fathers left Nortsie in Togo they first settled at Kedzi, Keta and finally at Anloga on the bank of the Atlantic Ocean.  The inhabitants of Keta are mostly fisherfolks and traders.

In an interview with TogbI James Ocloo V and Mama Tokormi, they told the host that they were very happy to visit the CEO because since the CEO left Keta they had not visited him before at Dzodze, hence decided to pay him the visit.

They added that they felt happy about his intervention programmes on radio and asked for God’s guidance and wisdom for him. They however, expressed their disgust about evil doers and cautioned those who commit wrongs against their neigbours to desist. Mama Tokormi counseled those who use ‘juju’ to destroy human beings rather focus on using such powers to invent equipment for the human race.

Receiving them, Evangelist Ketaman Evortepe thanked them for visiting him at Dzodze. They chatted about their days in Keta. It was a joyful reunion.

Togbi James Ocloo V was enstooled as ‘Dufia’ of Keta in 2006. He said he was happy that very soon their dream of Keta having a harbour would soon materialized to make Keta regain its lost glory. He announced that the construction of the harbour would create employment for the citizens.

Source: www.duamenefafoundation.org news editor in chief

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