Gov't to resolve chieftaincy disputes with DNA database
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Gov't to resolve chieftaincy disputes with DNA database


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Government will resort to a DNA database to resolve chieftaincy disputes in future, the Minister-Designate for Religious and Chieftaincy Affairs, Ebenezer Kojo Kum has said.
"Already the National House of Chiefs has started the process of documenting the various successions to the stools and skins. When I am given the nod, I intend to collaborate with them on another level to, if possible, introduce a DNA genealogy database that will complement what is already being used," he told the apartment committee Friday during his vetting in Parliament.
The challenge over stools and properties associated with such stools have led to the killing of many and maiming of thousands over the years.


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