Traditional Council summons Chief over Mahama endorsement

Traditional Council summons Chief over Mahama endorsement

The Chief will face sanctions for endorsing the President.

Osuogyasonu Yaw Boadu I has angered the chiefs and youth of AKwamu by assuring President John Mahama the gods will wipe the details of Nana Akufo-Addo from the ballot paper during the elections on December 7.

Traditional Council summons Chief over Mahama endorsement

The Ankobiahene of the traditional area, Nana Oppong, says Osuogyasonu Yaw Boadu I spoke in his individual capacity therefore the statement did not represent the collective view of the entire Akwamu Traditional Council.

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Traditional Council summons Chief over Mahama endorsement

Nana Oppong revealed Osuogyasonu Yaw Boadu I will appear before the Akwamu Traditional Council tomorrow Tuesday, November 1, 2016 to justify his actions. The Ankobiahene hinted the embattled Chief might be made to retract his contentious statement.

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Traditional Council summons Chief over Mahama endorsement

Meanwhile, the Akwamu Youth Association (AYA) has condemned the statement made by Osuogyasonu Yaw Boadu I. According to the Convener of AYA, Nana Kwaffo Ofori, the Chief should be made to apologise for bringing the Akwamu State into disrepute.

Traditional Council summons Chief over Mahama endorsement

He claims Osuogyasonu Yaw Boadu I is a known National Democratic Congress (NDC) sympathiser and has been given a house at Spintex and also a Toyota Land Cruiser to carry out the agenda of the ruling party.

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