America’s Dagomba Naa and CEO of Zaa Multimedia, Alhaji Mohammed Ibn Umar has been enskinned as Naa Gbewaa TungLana today at the premises of the overlord of Dagbon, Yaa Naa Abukari II.

The enskinment, a traditional ritual deeply rooted in the rich heritage of the Dagbon Kingdom in Northern Ghana, signifies the induction of America Dagomba Naa into the esteemed ranks of traditional leadership as a sub chief, underlining his commitment to community service and cultural preservation.

The ceremony, attended by dignitaries, community leaders, and well-wishers, commenced with colorful traditional displays, rhythmic drumming, and joyous celebrations that echoed throughout the Naa Gbewaa’s palace. Clad in traditional regalia, Alhaji Mohammed Ibn Umar humbly accepted the mantle of leadership bestowed upon him by the elders and custodians of Dagbon tradition.

Alhaji Mohammed Ibn Umar, a renowned figure in both local and international spheres, has been instrumental in promoting cultural awareness and unity through various initiatives and media platforms. As the CEO of Zaa Multimedia, he has utilized his influence to amplify the voices of marginalized communities and foster dialogue on pressing social issues.

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His enskinment as the Dagbon TungLana symbolizes a harmonious fusion of tradition and modernity, affirming the enduring relevance of traditional leadership in contemporary society. With his newfound role, America Dagomba Naa is poised to champion initiatives that promote socio-economic development, cultural heritage preservation, and inclusive governance within the Dagbon Kingdom and beyond.

Speaking after the enskinment ceremony, Dagbon TungLana expressed his profound gratitude for the honor bestowed upon him and reiterated his unwavering commitment to serving his community with integrity, humility, and dedication.