The three royal gates of Prampram Traditional Area, Abbey/Doku Mansro We, Tetteh Dzan/Larbi Agbo We and Kwei Opletu have warned the general public to stop dealing with Mr Nasser Osabutey who calls himself as the secretary to the Prampram paramountcy.
According to the royal gates, there is no title call Prampram Paramountcy and therefore there is no position such as secretary to the paramountcy.
Speaking to myrepubliconline.com, the Stool Head of the Prampram Stool, Nii Osabu Abbey said apart from the three royal gates, no family have the moral right to install a chief to the extend of a paramount chief.
“Our attention has been drawn to publications on social media platforms purported to have been posted by the paramountcy of Prampram Traditional Council.
“I wish to state that there is no Paramountcy in Prampram Traditional Area and therefore the general public must not transact any business with Nene Tetteh Wakah III the self style paramount chief and his secretary.
“It’s not right for non royal to claim the noble of Prampram paramountcy describing their actions as ‘imposters’ and a shame to that individual who call himself chief of Prampram,” Nii Osabu stated
The Stool head said, a court case declaration in 1926, from the Royal Achieves, stated it clear that the so call paramount secretary claimed he is from Kwei Opletu We is not here or there.
He said history revealed that Mr Osabutey’s ancestors are perchers and therefore has no capacity or authority to claim any royal lineage at Prampram.
Nii Osabu said the heads and elders of the various gates of the Prampram Royal Family themselves have stated clearly on a number of occasions that they have not installed any Paramount Chief in Prampram.
“Nasser Osabutey is not a secretary of the royal family, so he should stop parading himself as such before we ask him to come tell us his lineage in the royal family,” he added
He said, the self- acclaimed secretary does not have recognition with the Doku Mansro We gate of the royal family, so therefore he is unknown to the entire royal family.
“The good people of Prampram will never stoop so low to allow you, name yourself, or become a messenger to the throne of Prampram let alone a Paramount chief,” he added.
But when contacted to react to the story, Mr Osabutey said Nene Tetteh Wakah III is still the Paramount chief of Prampram even though that is being contested at the Regional House of Chiefs level by Nii Osabu Abbey and his people.
He said the paramount chief has not being gazetted yet because of a pending court case.