Osabarimba Boapia Afriyie II, is his stool name, he replaces his brother Okakakyie Boabai II, who died barely 40 days after his installation as Omanhene of the Nsaba Traditional Area.
Osabarima Boapia Afriyie, sworn an oath of allegiance to the sub-chiefs and members of the Asafo company as customary and cultural demands after he had been carried in palanquin through principal streets of Agona Nsaba.
Speaking to the media, Osabarima Afriyie II, outlined his vision and called for unity, love and mutual understanding among citizens of Nsaba to fast track development of the area.
He said without unity and peace progress would be difficult in the area.
The newly installed chief noted that now that Nsaba has been made as District Capital of Agona East, the town should not depend on government alone to provide their social amenities.
He called for the collective efforts of all citizens of Nsaba to ensure that developmental took place to improve the quality living standards of the people.
He pledged to cooperate with the District Assembly, and other relevant government agencies working in the district to facilitate infrastructural development in the area.
Osabarima Afriyie said the installation as chief would not prevent him to continue to hold the position as Reverend Minister to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ.
He said he has set aside every Wednesday as special day to pray for the traditional council, the town, District and the Nation for God to shower more blessings to make Nsaba a better place to live.
On 2016 elections, Osabarima Afriyie II called on Ghanaians to desist from all forms of insolent behaviour adding that it is the constitutional obligation of every true citizen of the country to exercise their franchise.
Nana Kofi Yeboah VIII, Chief of Lower Bobikuma, who acted as Omanhene till the substantive Paramount Chief was installed, expressed joy with the installation of the new Omanhene.
He called for cooperation, unity and mutual understanding among subjects of the Nsaba Traditional Area.
Source: GNA/News Ghana