The chiefs include Sanguli Chief Obor Gabujah John Kumajo, Kpaributaab Chief Obor Gmalagneme Bilkpene, Nanbon Chief Obor Taagah Ndamine, Ilodo Chief Obor Kwaku Ntire, and Tatindo Chief Obor Monjilib Negnab.
The chiefs were accompanied by their elders and the Konkomba cultural dancers well known as ‘Kenachuun’ who spent about two hours to entertain the chief, his elders and members of public at the Palace.
In an address, Ya-Na Abukari Mahama II said, he was very grateful for their courtesy call on him and urged them to live in peace in their areas so that there will be peace and unity for development.
Ya-Na Abukari Mahama II said whenever they have any problem they can call on him for solution.
On their part, the Sanguli Chief, Obor Gabujah John Kumaji said, after the performance of the funeral of late Ya-Na Mahamadu Abdulai IV and late Ya-Na Yakubu Andani II and his subsequent enskinment, it is their duty to pay this courtesy call on him.
He said they will always remember him in their prayers for peace and unity in Dagbon and Ghana as a whole