Coalition of Royals of the Ga State (CORGS) is accusing the government and the Greater Accra Regional House of Chiefs of stoking the chieftaincy unrest in the Ga State which is impeding the development of the region.
The CORGS claim since all documents and evidence shows that there’s a substantive Ga Mantse who is still alive in the person of Boni King Tackie Adama Latse II, there’s no need to install another chief to bring chaos in the Ga state.
The group is, therefore, calling on the government to stop meddling in the chieftaincy affairs in the Ga state which according to them is depriving the capital of its resources and developments it deserves.
Nii Ayi Mankattah, the Public Relations Officer for the Coalition of Royals of the Ga state registered his dissatisfaction with the development and pleaded with the President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo-led administration to help resolve the chieftaincy issues amicably and desist from taking sides which ends up escalating tensions.
The Secretary of the group, Nii Bi Theo Quartey also emphasized on the need for the other Royal houses to let the rotational method in selecting a chief between them work peacefully than to let some unseen forces aide them to destroy their unity for parochial interest.
By: Originalfmonline.com | Ghana