Former DCE and Binaba Chief Moses Appiah Abaare IV laid to rest

Social News Late Naba Moses Appiah Abaare IV, Chief of Binaba
NOV 22, 2021 LISTEN
Late Naba Moses Appiah Abaare IV, Chief of Binaba

The late former District Chief Executive and Divisional Chief of Binaba, Naba Moses Abaare Appiah IV was over the weekend laid to rest at his hometown, Binaba in the Bawku West District of the Upper East Region.

The Bishop of the Tamale Bolgatanga Diocese of the Anglican Church, Right Reverend Dennis the Debukari Tongin, in a sermon, said the late Naba Moses Appiah Abaare IV lived a life worthy of emulation.

He said the late Chief contributed to the growth of the country by impacting positively on the lives of others through his rural development works.

Naba Moses Abaare died on the 27th of April, 2021 at Tamale teaching hospital after a short illness.

He was born on May 15, 1956, and until his death, he played various roles in the development of his community and the entire country.

Naba Abaare was a wise counsel, political strategist and a God-fearing man.

Naba Moses Appiah Abaare IV served as an Assembly member for Binaba electoral area in 1998.

He was appointed the District Chief Executive for Bawku West from 2001 to 2007 under former President John Agyekum Kufour administration.

Naba Moses Abaare Appiah IV contested as a parliamentary candidate in the 2000 general elections on the ticket of the NPP but lost.

In 2005 as DCE Naba Moses Appiah used the opportunity to create the structures for the NPP in the Zebilla constituency.

His leadership style in the party was very much admired and has attracted many people to the party.

The NPP party which was not well grounded and less attractive to the indigenous at the time was now running neck to neck with the NDC party that had captured the north.

In 2008, Naba Abaare contested Hon John Ndebugri Akparibo (Independent) and Hon. Cletus Apul Avoka (NDC) for the seat but lost.

In 2009, Naba Moses Appiah Abaare was enskinned by His royal Highness Naba Asigri Abugrago Azoka II, paramount chief of the Kusaug traditional area and president of Kusaug Traditional Council on July 1, 2009, as the traditional ruler of Binaba.

Naba Abaare was happily married to Gladys Appiah and blessed with four children, Erica Abaare, Richard Abaare, Betty Abaare and Samuel Abaare.

Atubugri Simon Atule
Atubugri Simon Atule

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