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Asantehene can not go to Queen Elizabeth's memorial service regardless of invitation - Manhyia

Asantehene can not go to Queen Elizabeth's memorial service regardless of invitation - Manhyia


The leader of the Asante Realm, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, won't be available at the impending memorial service for Queen Elizabeth II.


The Late Queen Elizabeth and Asantehene Osei Tutu II

This has been affirmed through an authority correspondence shared by the Manhyia Royal residence. This comes a couple of days after the Unified Realm's new Ruler, King Charles III stretched out an exceptional greeting to Asantehene to go to his mom's burial service.


Sadly, the Asantehene won't be available at the burial service notwithstanding his greeting. A correspondence from Manhyia shared via web-based entertainment understands that "His Regal Magnificence Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, Asantehene, can not go to the occasions denoting the State Burial service of Her Highness Sovereign Elizabeth II.


Official correspondence shipped off His Highness' Family and Unfamiliar, Federation and Improvement Office on September 15, 2022, regarding the matter RE: 211/2022 and located by Opemsuo 104.7 FM, His Highness Otumfuo Asantehene can not go to the occasions denoting the State Burial service".


Asantehene won't go to Queen Elizabeth's memorial service notwithstanding welcome - Manhyia

Asantehene won't go to Queen Elizabeth's memorial service notwithstanding welcome - Manhyia

In any case, the justification for why the Asantehene can not come to the burial service has not been expressed. The news has since shocked a few virtual entertainment clients.


Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8, 2022, Thursday at the Balmoral Palace in Scotland. A state memorial service will be hung on Monday, September 19, 2022, after which she will be covered.


As indicated by English media, the state burial service for Queen Elizabeth II will have a rundown of extraordinary visitors including many heads of state across the world.

Up until recently, the Head of the state of Australia, Anthony Albanese; New Zealand State leader, Jacinda Ardern; and Canadian State head, Justin Trudeau, have all affirmed their support for the memorial service.

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