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Asantehene Kneels to Receive Blessings from Anglican Bishop in Kumasi

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, displayed a gesture of deep respect and reverence as he knelt before an Anglican Bishop during a memorial service in Kumasi.

The service, held at St. Anne’s Anglican Church in Ashanti New Town, commemorated the late Oheneba Mensah Bonsu, Hiahene (1952-1998), a revered traditional leader who passed away 25 years ago.

The photograph capturing this poignant moment sees Otumfuo Osei Tutu II humbly receiving blessings from the officiating Bishop.

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This act symbolizes the Asantehene’s humility and spiritual reverence, highlighting the importance of tradition and respect for religious leaders in Ghanaian culture.

The memorial service served as a fitting tribute to the late Oheneba Mensah Bonsu, honoring his legacy and contributions to the community.

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