Celebrated media character and host of the late evening drive-time show on fm, Abeiku Aggrey Santana, has expressed that the main Realm that battled and opposed the English in Ghana is the Ashanti Realm.
"Perhaps you don't know history. The Obligation of 1844 that the English used to run Ghana for quite some time, no Ashanti boss marked it. It is the Fantes, Ga, Ewes, Nzema and Akyems who marked it. The above clans gave the land to the English. The English were administering Gold Coast and not the Ashanti Realm." Abeiku Santana made sense of it.
Abeiku further expressed that the Ashanti domain was unblemished until 1986 when the English caught Nana Agyeman Prempeh I. They likewise took Yaa Asantewaa in 1900 and sent them to Seychelles for quite some time. They later returned Asantehene.
There is no Realm in Ghana that the English know separated from the Ashanti Realm. He expressed.
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