Family clash with Chief over demise of their daughter
The family of Dorothy Dadzie, the 41 year old mother of Six children whose body was mutilated by a speeding Toyota private vehicle at Mpatuam-Bontefufuo in the Amansie West District of the Ashanti Region on Wednesday, November 10,2021 around 7:30pm have clashed with the Chief of the community over her untimely and disheartening death.
The Chief, Nana Asamoah Tia (ii) claims the late Dorothy Dadzie died as a result of her own curse.
Nana Tia disclosed in an on interview on a Kumasi based Silver FM’s morning show that, Dadzie invoked curse on a woman in the same community who alleged that, the husband of the late Dorothy Dadzie stole her plantain sucker.
Dissatisfied with the allegations against her husband, Dorothy called lesser gods to determine the truth of the matter, this is according to the Chief, Nana Asamoah Tia (ii).
Dorothy Dadzie was called to the Chief’s palace for invoking curse but she refused to respond to the call, Nana added.
Days after, She was cruelly crushed to death with her body dividing into pieces.
This according to the Chief of the community depicts that, “she died from her own curse”.
“My brother, you reap what you sow. Therefore, if you are regular curse invoker, you will die from the same curse”, Nana Tia (ii) boldly unearthed to the host, Nana Ampratwum on the show.
But, on the same show, the family of the deceased denied the allegations leveled against her by the Chief and his acronyms.
Speaking on behalf of the family, mother of the late Dorothy, Mrs. Salamatu Serwaa said, whatever the Chief said was neither here nor there.
According to Salamatu, her daughter didint die out of curse.
Meanwhile, the Chief and his elders have banned the family from arranging their daughter’s funeral in the community saying it goes against their customs and traditions to conduct a funeral born out of such instances.