- Nana Attorah, the chief who declared Twene Jonas wanted has been unmasked
- Another chief is alleging that Nana Attokrah is a fake chief
- He added that Manhyia does not even recognise him
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US-based Ghanian vlogger, Twene Jonas, is currently the talk of the town for reportedly attacking Otumfuo due to the galamsey brouhaha.
Many have called on Twene Jonas to apologise to the Asantehene while others have supported him.
According to him, Twene Jonas' attack on Otumfuo is an abomination and he must apologise to him.
He then stressed that he is ready to fund Twene Jonas' air ticket to Ghana so that he can personally apologise to Otumfuo.
Now, a man who claims to be a former chief in New York has popped up alleging that Nana Attokrah is not a chief in New York.
He said after his 8-year tenure, Nana Attorah wanted the throne but there are issues yet to be settled.
In an interview with Kofi TV, he alleged that Nana Attorah is a fake chief and Manhyia doesn't recognise him.
Meanwhile, controversial social media personality, Twene Jonas, has made a U-turn over recent comments he made about the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II.
Twene Jonas, in one of his many videos, mentioned the Asante king while blasting Ghanaian chiefs and leaders in his latest rant about galamsey destroying water bodies.
"...Ghana everyone is a thief, they don't speak the truth, including the Asantehene. He couldn't speak the truth but if you watch, he has been listening to me now, hence, he has to speak the truth now," he said.
This was taken by many Ghanaians on social media as derogatory to the Asantehene leading to calls for him to apologise.
A sub-chief of Otumfuo even beseeched him to come down from America and apologise or suffer the consequences of his actions.
Other groups came on social media to rain curses on Jonas for his insults on Otumfuo.
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