There is shock reverberating through the Assin Dansame township in Ghana, as the chief gives the order, to have the body of a recalcitrant community member who avoided being a part of community building and communal labour exhumed.
According to Chief Nana Twum Barima V, the deceased, Kofi Emmanuel, had no right to be buried in the land whose community laws he flouted while he was alive. The chief goes further to say that as a result of his disobedience and outright disregard for the laws of the land, his body must be exhumed to be buried someplace else, not in the land whose laws he disobeyed.
oops! This can be seen as the final nail in the coffin of the deceased literally.
The corpse has since been exhumed and dumped at the town’s outskirt where the town’s lorry station is located. The villagers fear an outbreak of an epidermic as a corpse left exposed in that manner, constitutes health hazards. Furthermore, there is leakage from the bodily fluids of the decomposing body, and this does nothing to allay the fears, of members of the community, who dread a disease outbreak in the community.
This chief takes petty to whole new heights! LMAO.