The Committee of Chiefs of Kweiman, Ghana, has issued a statement discrediting Prosper Nii Annang’s claim to the Kweiman chieftaincy. The chiefs accuse Nii Annang of being an impostor and causing confusion about the ownership of some lands in Kweiman.
The chiefs, in the statement, explain that Nii Annang has been attacking the government and Moses Abor, who is helping to resolve disputes regarding the said land.
The chiefs warn that Nii Annang’s actions pose a threat to the security of Kweiman and have apologized to the government for his actions.
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The statement commends Moses Abor, the regional youth organizer for the Greater Accra Region, for his role in resolving most of the issues with regards to the dairy farm. The rightful owners of the land are beginning to get resolution to their grievances, according to the chiefs.
Prosper Nii Annang had given the government a 14-day ultimatum to address concerns over what he said was the massive encroachment of Kweiman lands by the Chiefs of Oyarifa, Amanfrom, and Danfa. Nii Annang threatened that failure of the government to intervene might cause instability in the community as they might take the laws into their hands.
The statement from the chiefs, however, discredits Nii Annang’s claims and apologizes to the government and other stakeholders who were wrongfully attacked and accused by the impostor.
The chiefs thank the government, especially Vice President Bawumia, for its efforts to ensure that the lands are released to their rightful owners.
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In conclusion, the statement sets the record straight on happenings in Kweiman that, if not checked, might affect the peace and stability of the area. The Committee of Chiefs has discredited Nii Annang’s claims, apologized to the government and other stakeholders who were wrongfully attacked, and commended the Akufo-Addo-led government for its efforts to ensure that the lands are released to their rightful owners.