Chinese man, Sun Qiang, has been enstooled as a development chief (Nkosuohene) of Kwahu-Abetifi, a town in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
The title Nkosuohene is often given to non-royals, who could be politicians or tourists engaged in development. In Kwaju-Abetifi, this title was conferred on a Chinese man, and some Ghanaians are not so enthused over the development.
Per custom, Sun Qiang, following his enstoolment, was given a traditional stool name — Barima Kofi Ayeboafo.
The name Ayeboafo in Ghana literally means “one who has done something to benefit others”.