Rescue Us From Possible Bloody Situation – Aduana Royal family Of sekyere kwamang Appeal To Otumfuo

The Royal family of Sekyere Kwamang in the Ashanti Region,
is appealing to the overlord of the Asante kingdom, His Royal Majesty, Osei-Tutu II to counsel their Abusuapanin of the to select a legitimate candidate to be the chief of the community.

According to the aggrieved Aduana family ,their Abusuapanin Mr Kwame Bonsu has nicodemously conived with six (6) person’s from Kwamang Traditional Council and has selected his nephew to be the next chief of sekyere Kwamang, without the knowledge of the four other gates of the royal family.

Sources close to this online portal confirm that, the move by Opanin Kwame Bonsu has created tension situation among the family members in the area.

“We believe that the earlier the Asantehene intervenes into this matter, the better it would be for all and sundry, because it can escalate into something nasty,” a family member said this on condition of animosity.
He continued, “we are calling on Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, to intervene as soon as possible and choose the right person to lead Sekyere Kwamang.

“We are being deprived of the development we deserve due to the conflict and we believe the intervention of the overlord of Asanteman would eliminate this problem and help us to live in peace which is the catalyst for development and progress”, a family members also added.

Speaking to media in a news conference recently, the members of Aduana Royal family of Kwamang, made a passionate to Otumfuo to hear their case, to prevent any future bloodshed in the community.
They also vehemently rejected the person selected by the Abusuapanin, arguing that he made his choice by his selfish interest and not the expectations of the other members of the family.

By Simon Opoku Afriyie

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