One of the chiefs who supported Torgbui Olokodzoko to win the Spoken Word Artiste of the year at the 2020 Ghana Arts and Culture Awards was Togbe Atsuga Sogah II, the Divisional Chief of Sogakope, Fieve Traditional Area.
To seek his blessings and support, he and the president of the National Union of Tongu Students and Associates (NUTSA) Mr Wisdom Sogah paid a royal visit to him at his palace in Sogakope on Sunday, 13th June 2021.
The visit saw chiefs, queens, queen mothers, cultural dancers, media persons, and other dignitaries in attendance.
Togbe Atsuga Sogah II and other chiefs who spoke at the event used it as a platform to advise the youth.
They urge them to make the Volta Region proud by developing their potentials.
At the ceremony, the 2020 Spoken Word Artiste encouraged chiefs and leaders of the Volta Region to support their own. As a product of this, he believes that the support of chiefs is important to their progress.
No wonder Mr Wisdom Sogah requested a piece of land from them to build an office complex. He said in his address that an office complex would go a long way to help the plans and goals of NUTSA.
Mama Ku Agbi III, the queen mother of Fieve-Agorkpo in her response encouraged Mr Wisdom Sogah to direct his request to the secretary of the Fieve traditional council for consideration.
She was pleased that the NUTSA president touched on teenage pregnancy in his address.
The event ended with a present from the chief of Sogakope to Torgbui Olokodzoko and Mr Wisdom Sogah as a sign of goodwill for their journey ahead.