He said the best legacy he, as the Overlord, could lead his chiefs and people to leave behind for the children was unity and better education to transform their State.
The King said this when he addressed all the chiefs, elders and people of the Ga land at a durbar during the ‘Ga Sei Yeleyeli.’
The ritual festival is used to pacify the Stools and it is believed to provide a spiritual feast for the spirits that give potency to the Stools.
It also signifies unity and speaking on the unity, King Tackie Teiko Tsuru said the Ga State had divided fronts for far too long, a situation that had thwarted their development.
“We won’t look on for the Ga State to retrogress, we won’t abandon our children and put their future in jeopardy,” the King said.
He said: “Education clearly is the key to success and it is our duty to help educate every Ga child and make them relevant in the society.”
He called on the chiefs and people to collaborate and strategies to roll out initiatives that would impact the socioeconomic lives of the people.