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17.10.2008 Regional News

New Juaben reschedules Akwatukese

By gna

The New Juaben Traditional Council has rescheduled this year's Akweantukese durbar from November 8 to November 22, Daasebre Oti Boateng, Omanhene and President of the council said on Friday.

He said in a statement released in Accra that at a traditional council meeting on October 14, the chiefs decided to reschedule the date “due to unforeseen state and traditional events”.

“The public and all invited guests are hereby informed to take note that the Akwatukese grand durbar of the chiefs and people of New Juaben will now take place on Saturday, November 22, at 1100 at the Jackson's Park, Koforidua,” it said.