Samira enskinned queen of patience and helper

Two farming communities in Gonja and Kintampo have enskinned Samira Bawumia “Kechitowurchie” (helper) and “Kanyitiwurchie” (queen of patience) respectively.

The two traditional titles were conferred on her when she paid a visit to the two communities as part of her visit to some selected communities in the Bono East region.

She was given the titles because of her humanitarian works across the country.

In a related development, the wife of Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia was also a Special Guest of Honour at the 8th annual Du’a (prayers) of Tabital Pulaaku International-Ghana Chapter, at the Tamale Jubilee park.

Tabital Pulaaku is an international association founded in 2002, to unite people of Fulani descent around the world.

The event had in attendance, representatives of the Dagbon, Mamprusi and Gonja Overlords, as well as representatives from the main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP).