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ALHAJI NOGA AND ALHAJI SINARU THAT SETTLED IN 55
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THE FIRST SETTLERS MIGRATED FROM "MANTEASE" AND OTHERS MIGRATED FROM KOFORIDUA TOO
THE LAND IS OWNED BY SWANIKA PEOPLE FROM OSU. MR. SALLY AND MR. NORTEY WERE THE CARE TAKERS…
DURING THE 1918 OUR GRAND FATHERS CAME FROM AKUAPIAM AND GBESE TO SETTLED HERE.THE LAND ORIGINAL WERE FOR…
"The first settler was called Nii Abossey and his brother was also called Okai so they named the…
THE PEOPLE ARE FROM ABOOFU NEAR THE FOREST.PEOPLE DIED BECAUSE OF WILD ANIMALS FROM THE FOREST SO THEY…
The people of Atukpai migrated to Briscoe in 1839 due to an earth quake. Briscoe was an area…
THE SETTLEMENT WAS A PLACE WHERE WARRIORS OF LA MET BEFORE GOING FOR WAR. IT WAS NAME AFTER…
Residents in the settlement normally go to a river for fishing and they get plenty mudfish. That is…
THE SISALERS WERE THE FIRST PEOPLE WHO SETTLED THERE AND LATER OTHER TRIBE CAME IN TO SETTLED BUT…
A disease known as "akpor nabuu" spread to a settlement and the colonial government relocated the residents to…
Some people came to settle on a land which was already occupied so they move to a new…
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