The chief, Nana Ewiamanle who is also an employee at Ghana COCOBOD was said to have besieged the funeral grounds of one of his subject to engage in open brawls with the bereaved family for not recognising his authority as the Chief of the Town.
This was in the afternoon of Saturday, February 10.
In a telephone interaction with Nhyiraba Paa Kwesi Simpson from the Agona Nkwanta Police station where he has been detained, the Chief sounding very furious expressed his frustration as to why the bereaved family didn’t recognise his linguist whom he had delegated to the funeral as custom demands.
According to him, it was that posture of the bereaved family that angered him to rush to the funeral grounds to question the family for the disregard of his authority.
This was met with stiff opposition that resulted in a fisticuff in which the chief who could be seen in a red calico cloth was angrily throwing punches and chasing some mourners as well.
He has been charged for assault after he reportedly pulled a knife to stab one of the mourners but he describes it as self defence.
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