President of the Ga Adangbe Council and member of the Central Planning Committee for the funeral of the late Queen mother of the Ga state, Nii Ayikoi Otoo, has asked the public not to be distracted by any persons as the funeral is being organised as planned.
He said organizers of the funeral will give the late queen a befitting farewell to the late mother of the Ga state this weekend.
He was addressing the media after an Accra High court set aside an interim injunction it granted to some seven persons who had had to court to stop the funeral.
He noted that “the order of interim injunction was made in error.”
The move by the disgruntled faction to go to court for an injunction to be placed on the funeral only harms the Ga state and frustrates the parties involved, Mr Otoo added.
“We have spent so much time and money, travelling to invite dignitaries, chiefs and politicians who are holding themselves in readiness to come and mourn with us, only for that bombshell to be released. So we had to go to court today to deal with the matter once and for all,” he said.
“There is no order anywhere and we have every right to proceed with what we were doing,” he noted.