Chief Togbe Ngoryifia Cephas Kosi Bansah plays the dual role as a chief in Gbi state in the Volta Region and Togo while working as a professional mechanic in Germany.
Chief Togbe Ngoryifia Cephas Kosi Bansah plays the dual role as a chief in Gbi State in the Volta Region and Togo while working as a professional mechanic in Germany.
Togbe Bansah's extraordinary story was first reported by eagleheadline.com.
According to the website, Togbe Bansah is grew up in Ghana but moved to Germany in 1970.
Having gained full citizenship and setting up his own garage in Ludwigshafen, Germany he didn’t ascend to the throne until 1987 – and for the strangest of reasons.
Although the 67-year-old wasn’t directly next in line for the throne through birth right, he was named successor ahead of his father and brother because they are both left handed.
He now lives in Ludwigshafen, Germany, with his wife Gabriele Bansah, 57 and his two children Carlo and Katharina, continuing his job as a mechanic and his role as chief.