Otumfuo dances 'kete' in tuxedo in new video after Mahama-UN speech brouhaha
- Asantehene Otumfuo Osei has been spotted dancing in a new video online
- The Asantehene danced to 'kete' music while wearing a tuxedo
- Otumfuo's dancing video comes after the controversy surrounding his speech at the UN
Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has been spotted in a new video combining modernity with tradition in an effortless manner.
The Asantehene did this by exhibiting his dance skills to traditional Asante music while wearing a tuxedo.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Otumfuo was seen wearing a good-looking black tuxedo over a white shirt.
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Playing in the background was 'kete' music and Otumfuo did not hesitate to show he is the 'owner of the dance'.
Getting on the dancefloor, Otumfuo gave some beautiful 'kete' moves to the admiration of the people around.
From the dressing of those around, it looks like the Asanthene was at an official function.
The video comes just a few days after Otumfuor's address at a recent United Nation's conference sparked controversy on the political arena.
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While speaking on the efforts of traditional rulers in keeping Ghana's much-touted democracy, Otumfuo had suggested having offered advice to the former president, John Mahama, before h conceded defeat in the 2016 general elections.
The disclosure by Otumfuo brought up a debate on the willingness of Mahama to hand over power after the defeat and his office swiftly came up to refute Otumfuo's claims.
This led to a lot of concerns been raised that Mahama's office had disrespected the Asantehene and needed to apologise.
Meanwhile, Mahama has clarified that the statement from his office was not meant to undermine Otumfuo or disrespect him.
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