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AKUFO ADDO HAS 7 DAYS TO APOLOIZE TO GA DANGMES FOR SAYING TETTEH QUARSHIE HAILS FROM MAMPONG – Sam George

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Ningo-rampram, Sam Nartey George, has called on President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to apologise to GaDangmes over his claim that the legendary Tetteh Quarshie hails from Mampong in the Eastern Region.

Speaking in an interview on TV3 on Sunday, March 10, 2024, the MP said that Akufo-Addo’s statement is an error that cannot be forgiven.

He said the president offended the GaDangmes by claiming that their son, Tetteh Quarshie, who brought cocoa to Ghana, is from the Eastern Region.

The MP gave Akufo-Addo seven days to apologise for his unforgivable blunder.

“I think the president owes the GaDangme people an apology. For the unforgivable statement he made that Tetteh Quarshie, a proud son of GaDangme land, a son whom we birth, is not ours. I mean, that’s unforgivable—completely unforgivable.

“The president owes us an apology, and it must happen within the next seven days. Absolutely, because that is an unpardonable mistake to make. He cannot seek to rewrite history. And we won’t accept that. As a proud GaDangme son, I would not accept that from the president,” he said.

The MP called on Ga traditional leaders to demand President Akufo-Addo apologise for his remarks.

“And I expect the chiefs of Ga-Agangbe to rise up and right this wrong. I’ve seen that some of them have spoken, but we want to see more action. The Ga chiefs must speak. The Ga Mantse must speak. The traditional council must speak. The regional house of chiefs must speak.”

 

 

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