The Gomoa Fetteh Royal Family accuses Kwesi Alhaji of fomenting a chieftaincy

The Gomoa Fetteh Royal Family accuses Kwesi Alhaji of fomenting a chieftaincy


Secretary of the Royal Family of Gomoa Fetteh, Nana Essel, has accused one Kwasi Alhaji, who he said is strutting about as Mankrado, of allegedly fueling conflicts in the area.

In a statement, he explained that Gomoa Fetteh is a peri-urban town and subject to the Royal Ahunako Stool of the Gomoa Akyempim Traditional Area.

the creation of intra-family insecurity, conflicts, and divisions within and among the Gomoa Akyempim Traditional Area, particularly Gomoa Fetteh, which has become a den for the deadly chieftaincy conflicts and landguardism in the area.

“In consultation with the Queenmother of the town, Nana Nkrabea Amoesima I, Ebusuapanyin, and Elders of Gomoa Fetteh, it was claimed by the aforementioned Kingmakers that the brewing conflicts that have stalled the development of the area are championed by Kwasi Alhaji, strutting around as Mankrado, yet a non-indigene whose attempt to be gazetted by the Central Regional House of

“Since the late 90s, Gomoa Fetteh has been without a legally recognized chief as a result of a raging dispute between the two royal houses of the Gomoa Fetteh Stool, namely: the Efuwa Akoa house, represented by one self-acclaimed Ebusuapanyin Kow Abeka, and the Maakowa house, represented by the main Ebusuapanyin Kofi Ahomka, for both houses in the Abor Twidan Royal Family/clan.

“Nonetheless, the Abor Twidan Royal family/clan is only one clan with one Ebusuapanyin, but this same Obirifo Ehunako Ahor Ankobea II has certified three more members, namely, Kweku Dadzie, Kow Abeka, and one Kwame Annan, all in the same Abor Twidan Royal family/clan as Ebusuapanyins, creating conflicts here and there among the family.

The Queenmother added that, “customarily, the succession of the Gomoa Fetteh Stool is a rotating one between the two (2) aforementioned royal houses.”

However, following the death of Nana Abor Ewusie XIX, Chief (Odikro) of Gomoa Fetteh in 1999, the emergence of Nana Abor Yamoah II, allegedly a non-indigene who does not hail from any of the ruling houses, but rather from the Asona clan of Dago, was untypically enstooled as Chief of Gomoa Fetteh and managed to get the backing of the highlyThis dispute is what has continued for years in several legal battles between the ruling houses of the Stool until the demise of Nana Abor Yamoah II in April 2019, after which the cronies and landguards of the deceased chief, led by the same ex-convict Kwasi Alhaji, are reported to have launched a wave of terror in the area and unlawfully imposed one Kofi Baah, styling himself as “Nana Abor Atta II,” in a “maneuvering” with the help of the embattled Omanhene, Obrifo Ahunako Ahor Ankobea II,

The Kingmakers revealed that the aforementioned revelations were well known to the Gomoa Akyempim Traditional Council and other government institutions and security agencies after decades of terror in the area.

Unfortunately, a recent decision by the Cape Coast High Court in a suit filed by the main Abor Twidan Royal family has barred Kofi Baah, self-styled “Nana Abor Atta II,” and his cronies from conducting themselves as legitimate chiefs and custodians of the Gomoa Fetteh Stool until further determined by a competent court of jurisdiction, subject to the approval of the Gomoa Akyempim Traditional Council, which in itself is at the brink of massive reforms. “I recently informed the Omanhemaa, Obaatanpa Ama Eduwa I, of our own commitment to support Her selfless efforts to drive massive reforms that would help the traditional area as a whole recover its distinguished reputation from the hands of impropriety that undermines security and development, particularly in Gomoa Fetteh,” the Queenmother continued.

However, the Paramount Chief, Obrifo Ahunako Ahor Ankobia II, continues to face other suits, the most recent being a motion on notice for an injunction praying for an order to restrain him [the Paramount Chief] from performing any duty whatsoever as to the Gazetted Paramount Chief and President of the Gomoa Akyempim Traditional Council pending the determination of the suit and for a further order appointing an Acting President of the Gomoa Akyempim Traditional Council pending the determination of the suit and ap

Meanwhile, reacting to the accusations, the Mankrado of Gomoa Feteh, Nana Kwansi Kwansah II (AKA) Alhaji Kwesi, said the allegations were untrue and mere attempts to smear him and his hard-earned reputation.

He said the Gomoa Akyempim Traditional Council recognizes him as the legitimate occupant of the Mankrado stool.

He also questioned why the Royal Family of Goamoa Feteh was not present at the birthday celebration of the Omanhen of the Gomoah Traditional Council.

Registrar of the Gomoah Akyempim Traditional Council, Henry Effah Agyei, who was contacted to ascertain the veracity or otherwise of the claims, said Alhaji Kwesi came to swear himself in to the President of the Gomoa Traditional Council, Obirifo Ahunu Ahor Ankobea II, as the legitimate Mankrado of Gomoa Feteh in December, 2020.

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