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I Did Not Force Assembly Members To Kneel For Voting Against Akufo-Addo’s Nominee – Juabenhene Exposes Kevin Taylor’s ‘Lies’



The Omanhene of Juaben in the Ashanti Region, Nana Otuo Serebuor II, through the Juaben Traditional Council, has reacted to rumours that he forced assembly members in the Area to kneel down after rejecting President Akufo-Addo’s nominee for the position of MCE.

Rumours were rife over the weekend with a photo of assembly members kneeling before the Juabenhene.

The photos were accompanied with captions to the effect that the Juabenhene had forced the assembly members to kneel as a means of disciplining them for rejecting the President’s nominee.

The said photos were shared by various individuals including US-based Ghanaian journalist, Kevin Taylor.

However, the office of the Juabenhene has described the rumours as vicious lies and propaganda.

The Office of the Juabenhene also clarified the reason why the assembly members kneeled before the revered traditional ruler.

See the letter below…………..

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May be an image of text that says 'the matter on the confirmation of the mce to and he had effectively dealt with had hoped that any extenuating issues would have been first eferred him. The Assembly Members this point admitted their mistake and pleaded with the Gyasehene intercede their behalf for forgiveness. The Gyasehene then advised them that they should signify their expression of utmost remorse by kneeling They duly complied with this advice. At no point was any Assembly Member forced to kneel for voting against the Nominee. After all the Omanhene had no mechanism to know how members voted. Kwaku Ankomah Asare (Registrar) 0249158465'

Source: GhanaFeed.Com


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