He claims the recording was made a long time ago at a seminar and not a recent recording. Also, he added that this recorded audio was not purported to disgrace or insult the Asantehene in any occasion.
He claims he was making an example and didn’t mean to touch the image of the Asantehene, Otumfuor Osei Tutu II. The whole of Ashanti region have demanded that Bishop Dag visits the Asantehene and apologize for saying this about him.
They were not concerned about what year or how many years the video has been recorded but a humble and sincere apology.
The Ashanti chief for Bantama and his elders have called on Dag Heward Mills to apologize following the audio which has going viral. They claim they won’t sit back and watch the Otumfuor disrespected this much when they have branches of their churches in kumasi. The message has been delivered as they have allegedly given some period for this apology to be made.
The lighthouse chapel as well as their founder, Bishop Dag have not responded to this. Many have anticipated for this call for apology because these chiefs do not joke with such disrespect against their king. More updates will be duely reported.
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