- Details of the mysterious disappearance of a former Wa Naa of the Wala Traditional Area, has surfaced online
- The Wa Naa, Naa Gura I, reportedly went missing in a bush about 600 years ago and has since not been found
- As a result of his disappearance, all Wa Naas are barred from visiting the community in which he disappeared
The overlord of the Wala traditional area, Naa Fuseini Pelpuo IV has control over all the communities that fall within his kingdom.
He is however barred from visiting one of the communities named Mangu, because of an unusual experience that occurred about 600 years ago.
YEN.com.gh understands that a predecessor overlord, Naa Gura I, went missing in a bush in the community and has since not been seen.
Information available shows that he was advised by a fetish priest against leading his people to war.
The priest, per a report by graphic.com.gh, revealed the king would very likely lose his life if he stayed to engage the enemy in battle.
Naa Gura I therefore decided to leave town until the war subsided and therefore did so in the company of a few trusted subjects.
Upon reaching Mangu, he informed his subjects of the need to attend nature’s call and subsequently went behind a thick bush.
He however failed to show up after a while and his worried subjects searched the entire area only to discover his clothing, footwear and spear.
Decades later, a successor was named, after the townspeople realized he was never coming back.
The Naa Gura shrine has meanwhile been built at the spot where he disappeared and every Waa Naa has been cautioned against visiting the place.
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