Kingmakers in the Prampram Traditional Area of the Greater Accra Region, have warned the Brazilian Government, Businesses and Investors through it Embassy in Ghana to be on the alert over any attempt to transact business with a Ghanaian delegation led by one Michael Quarcoopome Parker who doubles as Nene Tetteh Wakah III.
The warning follows some insider revelation from the offices of the Greater Accra Regional House of Chiefs, indicating plans by some members of the house led by the disputed chief of Prampram Nene Tetteh Wakah to visit Brazil in an attempt to trade off some lands in Prampram and Shai Hills to some investors there.
According to sources, Nene Tetteh Wakah whose gazettion as chief of Prampram was suspended some weeks ago following a successful appeal against his legibility by the kingmakers as a chief of the area, is said to have obtained a signed letter from the regional House of Chiefs endorsing him as chief to aid him secure Visa from the Brazilian Embassy in Ghana.
The delegation which is being sponsored by some elements in government, according to our sources intends trading off some stool and family lands in Pramrpam to their would-be investors, in an apparent move to woo the said investors.
However heads of the three (3) Royal Gates in Prampram namely the Tetteh Dzan Larbi Agbo We, Abbey Doku Mansro We, Kwei Opletu We and that of the Paramount Stool father Numo Osabu Abbey IV, have warned the Brazilian Government through it Embassy in Ghana to be extra careful in their transaction with the said Nene Tetteh Wakah III since he is not a gazetted chief of the area and neither does he own any titled lands to trade off.
They warned any foreign or local investor who falls victim to the shenanigans and manipulation of the said Nene Tetteh Wakah III will have themselves to blame, since the good people of Pramrpam will not sit aloof and watch others take what rightfully belongs to them.