- Information available shows that late musician, Michael Jackson, was once crowned king in a small African kingdom
- He however caused a surprise by quickly dashing into a waiting limousine as soon as he touched down at the airport
- The musician later met the people, thanked the people in both French and English and signed the relevant documents
YEN.com.gh is in possession of a video of the late pop musician, Michael Joseph Jackson, being crowned as king of the Agni people.
The Agni people, reports suggest belong to the Kingdom of Sanwi, which was formerly located in Ghana.
Information available shows that it is presently in Cote D’Ivoire after they moved there in 1740.
Per a report by mentalfloss.com, a tribal chief argued that Jackson descended from the Sanwi royalty and is therefore a king-in waiting, which is equivalent to a prince in the West.
Thousands of people gathered near the tarmac to hopefully meet the music star as he arrived on February 13, 1992.
He however disappointed them as he chose to sprint to a waiting limousine citing a nervous twitch as his reason.
YEN.com.gh understands that after his crowning as king, Jackson thanked the people in both French and English and then signed the relevant documents to make his coronation official.
In other news, the Institute of Energy Securities (IES) has predicted a possible increment in the price of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) on the Ghanaian market.
The IES has also indicated that the prices of petroleum and diesel may remain the same.
The institute believes variables in the international market are responsible for the changes in price.
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