Nii Tetteh Otu II, the Paramount Chief of Kpone, yesterday walked out on President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo during a sod-cutting ceremony for the construction of a district hospital in Kpone.
NII Tetteh Otu II
According to various, the chief got pissed off when he saw the building plan which wasn’t up to his expectation. He thought it was a one-storey building.
In a video which went viral on the internet, the Chief was videoed furiously walking out of the Durbar grounds after he insinuated his disappointment was below his expectation.
Leaders and Elders begged him but the pleas all fell on deaf ears, as no one could get him back to the Durbar grounds.
He is an old student of Accra Technical Training Centre (ATTC) as he later furthered his Education at City and Guilds Intermediate Certificate (Radio Servicing) Royal Technical College.
Emmanuel Tete Anang was enstooled as Nii Tete Otu II on 8th August 1989 at Kpone Katamanso.
Before his enstoolement as Kpone Mantse, he worked with Nestle Ghana Limited in Accra. He has never hold any political position in life.
His conduct towards the President at the Durbar was uncalled for and unfortunate and must endeavor to apologize.
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