Chief One extends a polite greeting to Hon. Before the 66th Independence Celebrations in Ho, Volta Regional Minister Archibald Letsa — SEE PHOTOS

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The Volta Regional Minister, Hon. Chief One, a well-known Ghanaian Afrobeats artist, received a friendly visit from Chief One. On Friday, March 3, 2023, Archibald Yao Letsa was in his office.

The 66th Celebration of Ghana's Independence coincides with Chief One's visit to the Minister's office. An artist lineup for a pre-independence concert to rekindle Ghanaian spirit includes the rising Afrobeats Crooner.

The Minister, who was ecstatic to attend, urged Chief One to continue putting in long hours, honing his skills, and making Volta Region's name more prominent on a national and international scale.

Ho (Volta Region) is privileged to host the national celebration of our independence this year. Ho has been selected for this enormous celebration by Ghana's President, His Excellency Nana Addo Danquah Akufo Addo, and we must make history with it. Knowing that you have joined forces with others who will be performing on the night makes me very happy to see you here. It is encouraging to see how well you are promoting Ghana and the Volta Region in the creative sector. The Honourable Archibald Yao Letsa remarked, "Let's send a positive message to the world throughout this weekend and even after the show."

On the night of March 3, 2023, Chief One will perform a Pre-Independence Concert alongside Camidoh, Israel Maweta, Tony D, Agbeshie, and a number of other well-known Volta Region musicians at the Ho Sports Stadium.

Hon. The entire delegation went to see the Volta Regional Minister under the direction of James Flolu, DCE for Afadjato South.

Chief One was with Elorm Beenie, one of Ghana's most well-known publicists who works for his Lawada Republiq Team.

Some images from the visit are listed below: Credits: Volta Regional Coordinating Council for the photos.

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