A powerful chief in the Ashanti region has added to the woes of Dag Heward-Mills. Nana Boakye Ansah Debrah, chief of Asokore Mampong and the "nifahene", right hand chief, of Kumasi traditional council has added his voice to the apology of the renowned Bishop.
On Kessben TV and radio morning show "Maakye" and also published Kessbenonline.com this morning, Monday 21st June 2021, Omanhene Yaw Adu Boakye who is the host had an exclusive interview with the chief. In his response to the apology letter, the chief categorically stated that the, left to him alone, the apology will not be accepted by the Manhyia Palace. His reasons for saying this was that, if a case is decided in the palace the guilty pays with rams and Heward-Mills can easily pay any number of rams demanded from him so they do not need anything or anyone from him with any apology.
He continued that, because of this incident, he would have left the Light House Chapel if he were a member. He also urged all people of Ashanti to leave the church.
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