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Meet Roland James Moxon, the First-Ever ‘British’ Traditional Chief in Ghana

He was so loved that after Ghana gained independence from Britain, President Nkrumah asked him to stay back.

Meet Roland James Moxon, the First-Ever ‘British’ Traditional Chief in Ghana

Roland James Moxon as Nana Kofi Onyaase in 1963

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