NPP executives in Dormaa fined for invoking curses

NPP executives in Dormaa fined for invoking curses

Three New Patriotic Party (NPP) constituency executives in the Dormaa Traditional Council have been fined for violating the customary laws of the council.

The three, Messrs Kwame Asamoah, the coordinator, Seth Asare, the organiser, and William Nyarko, the communication officer, are to provide 11 sheep, one carton of Heineken aromatic schnapps and cash of GHc2,000.00 within a fortnight, according to a report by ultimate1069fm.

The three reportedly invoked curses on opposing political party activists and the chiefs and people of Alikoassue, Bawurekofikrom, Brebrekrom and Sikwaakrom -  all border towns within the Dormaa Central Municipality.

The curses, according to the report, were meant to prevent them from transporting foreign nationals across the border towns for registration in the limited voters’ registration exercise.

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Odeneho Akosua Fima Dwabeng II, the paramount queenmother of the Dormaa Traditional Area, heard the curse pronouncements on radio and summoned the three for disciplinary action on behalf of the traditional council, the report said.

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