The Ga Traditional Council has alleged that some appointees of the President Akufo-Addo government are skimming to distool the Ga Mantse, Boni Nii Tackie Adama Latse ll.
According to the GA state, they have petitioned the Minister of National Security, Ken Dapaah, Minister for the Interior, Ambrose Dery, Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs Minister, Kofi Dzamesi and the Greater Accra regional Minister, Ishmael Ashittey to investigate the matter.
Speaking on Gold Power Drive with Samuel Eshun Thursday, the Ga paramount stool Secretary, Nii Amugi Tackie- Yarboi, said the Ga Traditional Council has also notified the President to warn his appointees against meddling in the chieftaincy affairs of the Ga state.
“You can call us whistle blowers; we are just giving the President hint that there are some elements within his government who are skimming and meddling in the chieftaincy affairs of the Ga state Traditional Council,” Nii Amugi Tackie- Yarboi said.
He added: “We don’t want to mention any particular name in the media. We are just bringing it to the attention of the President to use his machinery to investigate the matter. ”
He stressed that the GA state had in possession documentary evidence of grand agenda by persons close to the President to distool the Ga Mantse.
Nii Amugi Tackie- Yarboi’s comment on Radio Gold comes few days after the GA state issued a statement warning the Nana Addo-led government to stay off GA chieftaincy issues.
Read the statement by the Ga state
The Paramount Stool Djaase and the elders of the Ga State have observed the impunity and disregard for law and order in the Ga State. There has been myriad of litigations, but for believe in the rule of law and in the spirit of peaceful co-existence in the Ga State we have remained silent.
Our patience have yielded the needed results and we have been vindicated by all court rulings.
The Ga State has only one Ga Mantse, in the person of Boni Nii Tackie Adama Latse II, who has been properly selected, elected, installed and gazette according to the chieftaincy Act and as mandated by the Constitution of Ghana.
Boni Nii Tackie Adama Latse II has been performing his customary duties without any form of challenge and will soon take his place as President of the Ga Traditional Council to see to the development and progress of the Ga State.
We have however observed recently the attempts by certain individuals and elements of government who may be hiding behind the authority of government to create tensions in the Ga State.
These individuals have been involved in gatherings geared towards imposing onto the Ga State an imposter in the person of Kelvin Tackie.
We have already notified the security agencies on rumored attempts to invade Ga Paramount Stool House, and we are by this release notifying the President of the State to keep his word, and bring to order individuals within his administration trying to meddle in Ga Chieftaincy affairs.
We do not want politicians to interfere in our Ga Chieftaincy matters.
Let not our silence and desire for peace be taken for granted as we continue to eschew the tenets of law and order and the rule of law.