The Gbese Mantse, Nii Okaija III, has appealed to Inspector General of Police John Kudalor to provide him with protection because his life is under threat.
The call comes after he filed a complaint with the police that two heavily-built men on Thursday, June 2, 2016 attacked and vandalised his property at his ancestral home, Nii Tetteh Ankama royal house in Ga Mashie.
Nii Okaija III told the Today newspaper that since that encounter, he had been living in fear for his life.
“Although l lodged a complaint with the James Town divisional police command in Accra on Friday, June 3, 2016 against the two young men who invaded my ancestral home and in the process stole my belongings, I am still afraid for my life.”
He said he could not go to his ancestral home because the hired thugs were still looking for him.
“I am scared the thugs will come after me and kill me,” he said.
Gbese Mantse said the attacks on his life had been prompted by some court victories he had won over the legitimacy of the Gbese royal stool.