Atebubu Queen-Mother Rejects Sanja Nanja’s GH₵1000 Cash Support can report that the Queen-mother of the Atebubu Traditional Council, Nana Afia Doyina II has rejected a cash donation from Sanja Nanja, the former Member of Parliament for the Atebubu-Amantin Constituency.Nana Appiah Gyan, the linguist of the Atebubu Traditional Council together with the organisers of a fufu party programme organised as part of the annual “Ninkyifie” festival reportedly approached the former legislator for financial support.Honourable Sanja Nanja according to our sources donated an amount of GH₵1000 to the organisers to be used to support their activities.But Nana Appiah Gyan had the bashing and humiliation of his life when he decided to present GH₵500 out of the donation to the Queen-mother.Nana Afua Donyina who was not happy with the ambush by one of her trusted royals and the gross show of disrespect to her stool did not mince words as she directed Nana Appiah Gyan to return the amount in full to Honourable Sanja Nanja.She reportedly warned the linguist to desist from using her name to request for any favour  or whatsoever from Sanja Nanja.A source close to the Queen-mother told this portal that the Queen-mother cannot accept any form of support from individuals who do not respect her stool and position.“The man hurled insults on her and you go to him to ask for money to support her festival at her blind side? No she cannot accept such support since it will be an affront to her stool and the gods of Atebubu” the source revealed.Meanwhile, we are reliably informed that Nana Appiah Gyan has been summoned to appear before the Atebubu Traditional Council on Friday 22nd March 2019 to answer questions.BackgroundHonourable Sanja Nanja on 1st April 2016, came under a lot public criticism after he labelled the Queen-mother of the Atebubu Traditional Council a “drunkard” on live radio.The Traditional Council subsequently in statement slapped five severe bans on the Member of Parliament two days later.He was among other punishments banned from the Owusu Asare Palace, the palace of the Atebubu Omanhene indefinitely.“…by this conduct, the chiefs and people have arrived at this decision against the MP. This is to avert any unforeseen happenings that may arise from his unguarded statement and to ensure peace in the socio-political life of the area.”Call our Editor on 0209391902 or click here and inform us via Whatsapp. You could equally email your stories or articles to and we’ll surely put them onlineLog in to leave a comment

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