A government delegation led by Archbishop Duncan-Williams of the Action Chapel International will head to Kumasi to plead with the Asanteman Traditional Council to forgive Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) boss Kojo Bonsu, starrfmonline.com has reported.
The move comes after the council called on President John Maham to relieve the KMA CEO of his post.
The council is said to have been angered by Kojo Bonsu’s decision to remove Otumfuo Osei Tutu II’s representative from the board of the ongoing Kejetia market project.
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His removal of the chief of Amoaman, Nana Agyenim Boateng, has been deemed as disrespectful to Otumfuo.
Nana Agyenim Boateng is said to have been nominated by the Asantehene to represent him on the board after allegations of financial impropriety were levelled against the KMA boss.
Kojo Bonsu is said to have worsened matters by declining a request for him to appear before the council on Monday to discuss the issue.
Deeming his conduct to be disrespectful, the council members told the Ashanti Regional Minister, John Ackon, to inform President Mahama to get rid of the KMA CEO because they could no longer work with him.