Togbe Osei III

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Osei III
Togbe of Godenu
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Born (1966-08-18) 18 August 1966 (age 57)
House Gadagoe dynasty

Togbe Osei III (born 18 August 1966) is the Togbe of Godenu. [1]



Togbe Osei III was born on August 18, 1966. He attended and formed some of Ghana's top schools before taking the National Service Exam.

Togbe working career started at Ghanaian Education Service, a national authority for education, and continued his distinguished career in the Ghana Police Service. After serving in the police force, Togbe was called as a security consultant to various government institutions. On June 29, 2002, he was appointed as traditional ruler, or Togbe, of Godenu succeeding his grandfather and following a line of birthright of the Gadagoe family. [2] [3]

Since 2009, he has held a prominent position at the Ministry of Justice in Ghana, a department within the Judicial Service of Ghana.


Togbe Osei III is committed to serving the people of Godenu. For some years he has built schools in his region and initiated many humanitarian projects in cooperation with various NGOs from across the globe. [4] [5] He was appointed Grand Prior of the Grand Priory of Ghana of the Hospitaller Order of St. Lazarus of Jerusalem. [6] He is also known for inviting his colleagues, other traditional sub-national leaders, to work together for the development of their respective regions. [7] This work is part of Gbi Dukor, an organization that exists to protect the cultures of these traditional areas and promote development throughout the region. [8]


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