Case no Ayehu: Dormaahene again……..


Case no Ayehu: Dormaahene again……..

The Dormaahene, Oseadeyo Agyemang Badu has recently sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms after his bold message to the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu over late former President, Atta Mills finally popped up online.

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There has undoubtedly been lots of debates and arguments between the Dormaahene and Asantehene over chieftaincy issues amongst others which had unexpectedly raised lots of concerns amongst Ghanaians.

Speaking in a recent interview, the Dormaahene, Agyemang Badu made it clear that, even though the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu disagrees with his recent claims about the dominance of Dormaa when it comes to chieftaincy issues, the Ashantis are still no where close to the achievements of Dormaa because the Bono region was initiated for countless years before the Ashantis came into existence.

In addition to this, the Dormaahene, Oseadeyo Agyemang revealed that, he would unexpectedly vacate his seat as the chief of Dormaa if any Ghanaians President especially during the tenure of the later former President, Atta Mills till date could provide proof to counter his claims about Otumfuo and Asanteman.

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“During the tenure of the late former President, Atta Mills, I wanted any Ghanaian President who was very powerful enough to implement certain rules such that, he will decide to bring together the Chiefs in Ghana and make the Otumfo, Osei Tutu II and the paramount chiefs our overall leader; if that President could rule the country for more that two weeks, I would immediately vacate my seat as Dormaahene”, Dormaahene, Oseadeyo Agyemang Badu emphatically stated.



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