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Ghana is a republic in West Africa. There are dozens of tribes in Ghana, and the institution of chieftaincy is guaranteed by the constitution. Although chiefs are not permitted to participate in politics, they play an important role in Ghanaian society. The National House of Chiefs has authority over traditional laws and customs, and chiefs have a great deal of influence in the community and...
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  • The Chief of NKoranza spent twenty years of his life in Edgware road, London, until the family asked him to come back to Ghana to become king.
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  • The Chief of NKoranza spent twenty years of his life in Edgware road, London, until the family asked him to come back to Ghana to become king.
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  • The Chief of NKoranza spent twenty years of his life in Edgware road, London, until the family asked him to come back to Ghana to become king.
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  • The Chief of NKoranza spent twenty years of his life in Edgware road, London, until the family asked him to come back to Ghana to become king.
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  • The hands of the chief of Nkoranza covered with golden rings and bracelets. The Chief of NKoranza spent twenty years of his life in Edgware road, London, until the family asked him to come back to Ghana to become king.
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  • The hands of the chief of NKoranza are covered with golden rings and bracelet. The Chief of NKoranza spent twenty years of his life in Edgware road, London, until the family asked him to come back to Ghana to become king.
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  • The Chief of NKoranza spent twenty years of his life in Edgware road, London, until the family asked him to come back to Ghana to become king.
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  • The Chief of Odumase in the Brong Ahafo region was the representative of the traditional chieves of the region and met the President of Ghana, Mr Kufour, several times
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  • The hands of the Chief of Odumase covered with gold. The Chief of Odumase in the Brong Ahafo region was the representative of the traditional chieves of the region and met the President of Ghana, Mr Kufour, several times
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  • The Chief of Atebubu, one of the most reomote district in the Brong Ahafo region.His two nephews hold an old Kante, a traditional Ghanaian clothe.  His role plays a significant role in the region to manage conflicts between different ethnies coming from the north of Ghana
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  • The Chief of Odumase in the Brong Ahafo region was the representative of the traditional chieves of the region and met the President of Ghana, Mr Kufour, several times
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  • The Chief of Odumase in the Brong Ahafo region was the representative of the traditional chieves of the region and met the President of Ghana, Mr Kufour, several times
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  • The Chief of Odumase in the Brong Ahafo region was the representative of the traditional chieves of the region and met the President of Ghana, Mr Kufour, several times. On the wall, a few pictures of him and the president.
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  • The Chief of Odumase in the Brong Ahafo region was the representative of the traditional chieves of the region and met the President of Ghana, Mr Kufour, several times
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  • The Chief of Atebubu, one of the most reomote district in the Brong Ahafo region. His role plays a significant role in the region to manage conflicts between different ethnies coming from the north of Ghana
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  • Golden rings and jewels of the Chief of Atebubu, one of the most reomote district in the Brong Ahafo region. His role plays a significant role in the region to manage conflicts between different ethnies coming from the north of Ghana
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  • The Chief of Atebubu, one of the most reomote district in the Brong Ahafo region. His role plays a significant role in the region to manage conflicts between different ethnies coming from the north of Ghana
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  • The Chief of Atebubu, one of the most reomote district in the Brong Ahafo region. His role plays a significant role in the region to manage conflicts between different ethnies coming from the north of Ghana
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  • The Chief of Bechem in the Brong Ahafo region
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  • Two young boys working at the palace hold an old Kante in the background of the Chief of Bechem in the Brong Ahafo region
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  • The Chief of Bechem in the Brong Ahafo region
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  • The Chief of Bechem in the Brong Ahafo region in his palace
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  • The Chief of Bechem in the Brong Ahafo region
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  • The hands of the Chief of Bechem in the Brong Ahafo region are covered with golden rings and bracelets
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  • The feet of the Chief of Bechem in the Brong Ahafo region are covered with gold and jewels
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