The kwabenya Musuku manhene who is also the PRO of the Kwabenya traditional council, Nii Mensah Dza Nyomo I has petitioned the traditional leaders (Chiefs and Queen mothers), to order the closure of all alien shrines on their Lands and jurisdiction to help curb ritual killings and money doubling menace.
The traditional Council in a press conference today said it has been observed that over the past decade there has been an unperfected influx of immigrant ritualists guised as traditional priests who have abused the hospitality of Ghana and engaged in activities that threaten the lives of residents, social order and the health of the national economy.
Nii Mensah Dza Nyomo I said it is forbidden for migrant traditional rulers and traditional priests to invoke alien rituals and purport to exercise customary authority, which is the sole prerogative of Nananom of Ghana.
He added that the petition would also be extended to the presidency and the national house of chiefs to consider the ban of alien gods in Ghana.
For details of the story, call Nii Mensah Dza Nyomo on 0244360602
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