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“Whether or not I’m divored, mind your business!” Elikem speaks

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Fashion Icon, Elikem Kumordzie has asked Ghanaians to stop poking their noses into the private affairs of people and focus on building better lives for themselves. www.ghanaweb.com stated!

According to him, Ghanaians have the tendency of drawing conclusions even when they do not have substantial evidence to back their claims.

His comments come after a report suggested that he and his wife were headed for court to seek a divorce.

But speaking to Accra-based Hitz FM he said “Why are people dwelling on what is on social media… I don’t understand why because there hasn’t been a post where people will not want to jump into conclusion to say A, B or C. Secondly, I am not ready to spit out what’s private at home out on air to say yes I am divorced or no I am not divorced so whether there is a divorce or not, I’m sure it is not anyone’s business so to speak”.

He indicated that “People like to keep their lives private at a certain point in time, maybe we are used to people who like to post stuff… It’s not important for people to want to find out. We haven’t been posting on social media anymore but we haven’t also posted whether we are or we are not so why do people just want to jump into conclusion and say we are not because there is no social media post”.

Source: EntertainmentGH

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Asantehene distools Asafohene for gross insubordination

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has destooled the Asafohene, Akyamfour Kwame Akowuah III, for flouting the Great Oath of Asanteman, one of the pillars of the Asante Kingdom and found guilty of ten different charges.

He was slapped with forty-five counts by his elders, who according to them, the Asafohene was “autocratic”, did not respect them and performed his duties contrary to Asante customs and traditions.

Delivering the final judgement at the Manhyia Palace in Kumasi on Thursday, June 20, 2019, Asantehene said the Asafohene’s actions breached the customs and traditions of the Ashanti Kingdom, which is punishable.

Kingdom FM’s Ashanti Regional Correspondent, Antwi Boasiako reported that Otumfuo had several occasions warned the Asafohene on issues ranging from illegal sales of lands, destoolment and enstoolment of his sub-chiefs.

The Asafohene, who is the head of Akwamu Division of the Kumasi Traditional Council (KTC), was enstooled in 2011.

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