The traditional authority in Kwahu Obomeng has issued several guidelines for the late queenmother, Nana Daawa Asiedua II’s, final funeral rites.
As part of the rites, the traditional authority has prohibited excessive horning of vehicles in the traditional area.
Individuals who violate these four rules will face consequences.
Churches and other religious organisations have also been warned not to make excessive noise during religious services.
Mourners, particularly women, have been prohibited from wearing anklets and other leg ornaments as a mark of respect for the departed queenmother.
Multiple nose, ear, and other body piercings have been prohibited for mourners, visitors, and residents.
Taking photographs and selfies, as well as other video activities, have all been prohibited.
The final funeral rites for the late queenmother are set for March 20th to 26th, 2023.
Families have also been prevented from organising funerals during the final funeral rites of the late ruler.
These guidelines were outlined by a funeral committee member Nana Siaw Ampadu.
The late queenmother passed on to eternity on January 29th, 2023.