Ghanaian Gospel Musician, Diana Asamoah, who was on Monday, 10th May 2021 arraigned before the Ga Traditional Council following some “disturbing comments” she made about the celebration of the Homowo festival, has begged for forgiveness.
The ace gospel musician on one of her shows on Rainbow Radio ignorantly tried to link the celebration of the festival to idol worshipping, and thus, called for its abolishment in the near future.
But the comments, which have since been deleted, did not find favour with the Ga traditional authority, and have received a lot of backlash from the local people.
At the traditional council, where the case which was presided by the acting president, Nii Adotey Otintor II together with some chiefs and priests from the Ga Mashie quarters of Accra was called, Diana went down on her knees to beg for mercy from the chiefs.
She was, however, directed to go to the online channel where she made those disparaging pronouncements to retract and then come back for a final judgment.
The Ga Traditional Council weeks ago had been put on its toes, and has been given an ultimatum to take drastic actions on this issue by the Ga-Dangme Youth Association, which they have heeded to accordingly.