Nana Kwadwo Nyantakyi III, Otumfoɔ Sanaahene has transitioned to Ancestor role By this time you may have all heard of the passing of Otumfoɔ SANAAHENE, Nana Kwadwo Nyantakyi, which sad event was announced on Monday, September 21. Kotobirigya Kwame Akosa called to let me know on Monday. We extend our heartfelt condolences and sympathy to his son and our friend Kat Ohene Aniwa, and the entire family. Ɔheneba, wo ne Abusua Nhyɛ Den. In the Twi language, Sanaa is the Bag or Bɔtɔ (Sack) that contains some of
More than a dozen killed in airstrikes on Yemeni capital in retaliation for Houthi attack on UAE Yemenis inspect the wreckage of homes when they were hit by Saudi-led airstrikes inside the capital, Sanaa. SANAA, Yemen — The two airstrikes came in speedy succession just after nine p.M. On Monday, leveling a two-story family domestic inside the Houthi-controlled Yemeni capital quickly after the institution claimed duty for a deadly attack at the United Arab Emirates.
The above-mentioned episode happened in his youth. Now we come to the most important event of his life which took place just eight years before his death. By then, he was the patriarch of the tribe. The Ethiopian governor of Yemen, Abraha al-Ashram, envied the reverence in which the Ka'bah was held by the Arabs. Being a staunch Christian, he built a big cathedral in Sanaa (the capital of Yemen) and ordered the Arabs to go there for pilgrimage instead. The order was ignored. Not only that; someone entered the