Akins of the embattled chief of Prampram, Nene Tetteh Wakah II, have petitioned a Tema High Court to compel the Paramount Stool Father in the person of Numo Osabu Abbey IV, to handover keys to the
sacred stool room.
The petition which is being spearheaded by one Naomi Annorkor Abbey, (the most elderly woman of the
Annor We Royal family), is praying the court to also rule on placing an embargo on Numo Osabu Abbey
IV, from holding himself as Family head of the ‘Annor We Royal family’ and as well the Paramount Stool
According to the petitioners, Numo Osabu Abbey IV who was appointed as acting Stool Father in the
absence of one Numo Osabu Teye Larbi Abbey, who was indisposed at that time, has refused to vacate
the position and also handover keys to the sacred room which houses the sacred black Stool for the past
5 years. They avered that, the refusal by Numo Osabu Abbey IV has stalled the performance of some key
rituals and customs by the chief of Prampram Nene Tetteh Wakah III who according to the petitioners, is
also the Head of the Annor We Royal family.
However, the suit filed by the plaintiffs in this matter has exposed the legitimacy of Nene Tetteh Wakah
II as chief of Prampram.
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Head of the Abbey Doku Mansro We, Mr Samuel Kwaku Abbey noted that, the latest petition goes a long way to confirm their stance that Nene
Tetteh Wakah cannot hold himself as chief of Prampram since he has not been placed in the sacred stool
room nor been made to sit on the sacred black Stool as customs demand.
With the current petition, elders of the 3 Royal families in Prampram say, they have enough evidence to
butter their claims that the said Michael Quarcopome Parker also known as Nene Tetteh Wakah who
was illegally gazetted by the Greater Accra Regional House of Chiefs, has never been a chief of
Prampram, since he has not satisfied all the necessary customary requirements to call himself a chief.
They are therefore, impressing upon the Greater Accra Regional Minister and that of the Regional Security Council to prevent the said Nene Tetteh Wakah II, from holding himself as chief of the area neither to attempt parading on the streets of Prampram to sprinkle Kpoikpoi during this year’s Homowo festival in the capacity as a chief, since he is not one.
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