President Nana Akufo-Addo says his government will back any peace resolution plan designed the eminent chiefs who are mediating a peace plan in Dagbon in the Northern Region.

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He made the comments during a meeting with come chiefs from the Northern Region.

“Peace in Dagbon just not just involved Dagbon but it involves the whole of Ghana. It is a matter of high national priority that we give Dagbon peace. Whatever formula that you (traditional chiefs) you agree on as a way forward for resolving the crisis in Dagbon will have the full support of my government and myself.”

“It is in the interest of all of us that this matter of Dagbon is put to rest. It is been there for far too long and it is retarding the progress of the area,” he said.

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The Dagbon crisis reached its peak in 2020 after the demise of the late Yaa-Naa.

The then New Patriotic Party administration for the Committee of Eminent Chiefs to resolve the crisis.

Since then successive government have back the peace plan has it has yielded no fruit yet.