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In New York City, a cab driver. In Ghana, a chief of the Akwamu people

Many immigrants in New York lead double lives: restaurant dishwasher in Queens and family patriarch in Mexico, or manicurist in Midtown and financial provider back in China. But Mr. Isaac Osei’s story is far more extreme.As he cross the Atlantic Ocean, Mr. Osei becomes Nana Gyensare V, a chief of the Akwamu people, who oversees the residents of five towns across the Eastern Region.

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