Nungua Mantse lost Respect after injunction on the Homowo-Numo Gborbu

In a history of Nungua no chief have placed an injunction of the celebration of its own festival.
Witnessing the ordeal by the self-claimed chief of Nungua with falsehood Nii Dr Royal Majesty Odaifio King walentse whom have been parading himself over sometimes now.The legitimate chief priests of Nungua traditional Council and overlord of the Ga state, Numo Gborbu hinted that the council were invited to bring lasting relationship and solution to both his and the claimant who have been parading himself as Nungua chief which to him he discredit him as such because he don’t remember accepting such person or neither his predecessor has performed any rites to make Nii walentse as Nungua chief by the, Greater Accra Regional Minister Hon.Ismeal Ashitey for which the said meeting ordered that they should come back home and commemorate the eve in a merry making style but just to wake up the next day that Nii walentse and his tang of men storm my palace n throw a paper at the gate.
According to Numo Gborbu he sent on of his men to go check what is at the gate been drop when gone for it and was open a shocking revelation of life that a clamming chief of Nungua has place an intelucudetive injunction on the 2018 home coming and merry making Homowo festival.
He lamented that in the said letter stated that Numo Gborbu and three other are been restrained from performing rites in honour of paying tribute to its ancestors which is been then over the year’s.
Numo Gborbu worrying is not the the letter but rather denting the image of the Nungua community name and also disrespect indigenes of Nungua and the Greater Accra Regional Minister and most painful part is that Hon Ismeal Ashitey is our own brother from Teshie.
He call on calm and peaceful homowo celebration during and after.
He hinted that after the Homowo festival he and its council members will officially response to the letter and also petition the regional minister of what and decision by its members have taken.

By Joseph Nana Yaw Cobbina