The Kumasi Metropolitan Authority CEO, Kojo Bonsu, has been relieved of his post, ultimatefmonline.com has reported.Kojo Bonsu is said to have removed Otumfuo Osei Tutu II’s representative on the committee on the ongoing Kejetia market project.
Though it is not lucid with the said charge what seemed to have added salt to an open wound is Kojo`s refusal to be present when he was summoned by the council. The Chiefs that make up the council in expressing their dissatisfaction called for his removal since they said they were tired of his insolence.
They proceeded to perform rituals, including the slaughtering of a sheep, to signify that they no longer recognised him as the KMA boss. The government delegation led by Archbishop Duncan-Williams of the Action Chapel International could not do much as their pleas fell on deaf ears.
Meanwhile the Ashanti Regional Minister Alexander Ackon would act as KMA boss from Monday, July 11, 2016, until the president appoints a substantive CEO.