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Chief of Arigu - Co Chair
Address:
Mbah Jacob Kanzoni.
P .O Box 36,
Walewale, N/Region
Arigu North East Rigion Ghana
Phone: 011-233-244-831-927
Mobile: 011-233-209-853-238

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Chief Jacob is the traditional chief, elder, and head of the Arigu community and people. Chief Jacob has been in the regional and district educational space as a teacher and academic administrator for more than 40 years. Apart from having degrees in Education and Public Administration, Chief Jacob has been in political and community development and advancement for many years. He is one of the highly educated and experienced traditional leaders in an evolving Africa leadership and innovation taking shape across the continent where traditional leadership requires highly educated gentry.

Chief Jacob is also a religious leader of the Assemblies of God Church of the Region.

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