Chief Executive Officer of Minerals Commission Lawyer Martin Ayisi has been enstooled in accordance with customs and traditions of the people of Worawora as the new Krontihene of Worawora in the Biakoye District of the Oti Region.
The enstoolment of the new Krontihene Nana Kwaku Ayisi brought joy and optimism to the people of Worawora.
Some indigenes said they anticipated for the installation long ago so that their developmental needs would see the light of day.
Nana Kwaku Ayisi in his maiden address, promised to construct and build a befitting Krontihene Palace.
‘Let me say this here. We need a befitting palace. I will build for the community a well deserved Krontihene Palace that can accommodate enough numbers during programmes’.
In furtherance, he gave assurance in sustaining the wellbeing of the people of Worawora while maintaining good ties with local authorities and the District Assembly for the growth of humanity.
Martin is a consultant with M&A and is a renowned international lawyer with a vast experience in policy and regulations in Mining, Oil and Gas sectors. Martin has consulted widely for the Ministry of Petroleum and Mining in drafting the new Mining Act and the various regulations there-under, and in doing so he has engaged with the M&A team greatly in stakeholder consultations.
He holds an LLM in Energy, Natural Resources and Environmental Law (Canada) and PHD in Mineral Law in Africa (South Africa) and is also a Commissioner with the Ghana Minerals Commission, therefore bringing a great wealth of experience to the team.