Ghanaian Gospel Musician, Evangelist Diana Asamoah who was summoned before the Ga Traditional Council on Monday, 10th May, 2021, has begged the Ga Chiefs for mercy.
She was arraigned before the Ga Traditional Council following some disturbing statements she ignorantly made concerning the Ga Traditional Festival; Homowo.
The case was presided by the acting president of the Ga Traditional Council, Nii Adotey Otinor II together with some chiefs and priests from the Ga Mashie quarters of Accra.
As the case was ongoing, Diana Asamoah went on her knees to ask for mercy. She was asked to go on the same channel to render apologies, retract her statement and after, come back for the final judgement.
Some weeks ago, the GaDangme Youth Association gave the Ga Traditional Council an ultimatum to take action on this issue and it appears that the Ga Traditional Council did what was expected of them.
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