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Court ‘Stops’ Dormaahene From Attending Berekumhene’s Funeral1 min read

Court ‘Stops’ Dormaahene From Attending Berekumhene’s Funeral<span class="wtr-time-wrap after-title"><span class="wtr-time-number">1</span> min read</span>
Dormaahene and Asantehene

Dormaahene and Asantehene

The court’s decision follows legal action initiated by Osabarima Kyere Yeboah Darteh II of the Berekum Traditional Council, who expressed concerns about potential disruptions to peace due to conflicting attendance plans during the burial.

Sources suggest that the Dormaahene’s intention to attend the burial simultaneously with the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, prompted the legal intervention to avert possible clashes.

An advertised program by the Berekum Traditional Council outlined the attendance of the Dormaahene, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, Members of the Bono Regional and National Houses of Chiefs, and other dignitaries on Wednesday, November 22, with the Asantehene scheduled for Thursday, November 23.

Traditionally, the Asantehene is expected to be the last to attend the burial, given his authority to enstool a new chief in the Berekum Traditional Area, a report by said.

The legal action seeks to prevent any potential disorder arising from the simultaneous presence of the two paramount chiefs at the event.

The court has also enlisted the Ghana Police Service to assist in enforcing the injunction, emphasizing the importance of maintaining peace in Berekum and its surroundings.