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Fourteen Fullah Tribal Chiefs Coroneted in Kono

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Fourteen Fullah Tribal Chiefs Coroneted in Kono

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Fourteen Fullah Tribal Chiefdom Chiefs have been coroneted in a ceremony that attracted the attendance of hundreds of supporters and well-wishers who gathered to witness this significant event ad showing their allegiance and respect to the newly appointed chiefs.

The atmosphere was filled with excitement as traditional rituals were performed, drums thundered while car horns wailed at the Fillie Faboe Memorial Hall in Tankoro, Koidu city.

Chief Alhaji Alimamy Barrie, the Fullah Tribal Head of Kono district, in his keynote address, spoke passionately about the importance of unity and tradition in contemporary world before he adorned the chiefs with their traditional honor and certificates.

The tribal head emphasised the roles that the newly coroneted chiefs would play in upholding the values of the Fullah community and how that will translate into the general well-being of not just the Fullah community but the entire Kono district at large.

In reaction, the crowd fete with excitement as district stakeholders commend the tribal head for such a selfless act of inducting sub-chiefs which they describe as selfless.

In a statement, the Local Unit Commander of Motema Police Division commended the Fullah community for always maintaining the peace and contributing positively towards the development of Kono district.

He stated that other people need to learn from such ventures as these events are what Sierra Leone will always support. He assured the people of Kono that the Sierra Leone Police will always be in a position to help stakeholders and community heads govern their people well.

Sherriff Barrie, Deputy National Secretary of  the Fullah Progressive Union, in a statement on behalf of the National President, praised the well-organised event stated that said the Chiefs have worked diligently and he is happy the Fullah Tribal Head recognise the work of his sub chiefs.

Among the attendees were government officials, traditional leaders and community members who expressed their unwavering support for the newly appointed chiefs.

The coronation ceremony was a testament to the rich cultural heritage and traditions of the Fullah tribe, showcasing the unity and solidarity of its people.

The event concluded with a grand feast and traditional dances, highlighting the joyous occasion and bringing together people from all walks of life to celebrate the new chapter in the Fullah tribal leadership history.

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