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Mayor, some Ghanaians meet, but not in Harrison

Posted: August 28, 2014 at 4:48 a.m.

A delegation from Ghana visited the state Capitol on Wednesday as part of a Sister City trip to Jacksonville. From left are Jacksonville Mayor Gary Fletcher; Mama Komla-Teng II, queen of the Kpando municipal district; James Kpatakpa, Ghana’s deputy national youth organizer; Togbe Dagadu VIII, paramount chief of the Akpini state of Ghana; Gov. Mike Beebe; Paulina Adinyirah, municipal chief executive of Kpando; and state Sen. Eddie Joe Williams, R-Cabot.

Harrison Mayor Jeff Crockett and as many as five other city leaders plan to meet in North Little Rock today with a delegation from Ghana that has been visiting potential sister city Jacksonville this week.

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