King Oyanka Warns African – Americans Over Displaying of ‘Fake’ Traditional Titles

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King Nii Ayitey Anumle Oyanka I, of Tunnmaa Royal Dynasty has warned that African-Americans who carried themselves with ‘fake’ traditional titles should desist from the act.

He stressed that African-Americans and other Tribal Nations who would violate the traditional royal protocols of the ancestors would be dealt with spiritually and legally.

According to Nii Oyanka I, the Provincial Traditional Royal Rulers are serving a warning to Afro-Americans who have illegally changed their positions to Kings and Queens, Royal Highnesses and Royal Majesties whilst they do not deserve such titles must desist from that.

He said they are warning all Afro-Americans with those titles to refrain themselves from using such titles within 2 weeks or will be officially denounced and revoked their titles and strip of their positions and publish them in the media.

Nii Oyanka lamented that it was wrong to award our African-American brothers/sisters and other Tribal Nations with higher royal titles; however they could be awarded subtitles including Ambassadorial positions to help solidify and bring development to Africa.

We must be careful not to be paid with betrayal and end up ignoring the oaths and vows we took before the high thrones and violating the ancestry protocols, King Oyanka advised.

“Your oath and vows will destroy you if yougo against it, it may take some time but when it starts there will be no survival”, Nii opined.

King Nii Ayitey Anumle Oyanka I, of Tunnmaa Royal Dynasty has opined that African-Americans are not qualified for certain traditional titles.

He stressed that African-Americans and other Tribal Nations who would violate the traditional royal protocols of the ancestors would be dealt with spiritually and legally.

According to Nii Oyanka I, the Provincial Traditional Royal Rulers are serving a warning to Afro-Americans who have illegally changed their positions to Kings and Queens, Royal Highnesses and Royal Majesties whilst they do not deserve such titles must desist from that.

He said they are warning all Afro-Americans with those titles to refrain themselves from using such titles within 2 weeks or will be officially denounced and revoked their titles and strip of their positions and publish them in the media.

King Nii Ayitey Anumle Oyanka I.
Nii Oyanka lamented that it was wrong to award our African-American brothers/sisters and other Tribal Nations with higher royal titles; however they could be awarded subtitles including Ambassadorial positions to help solidify and bring development to Africa.

We must be careful not to be paid with betrayal and end up ignoring the oaths and vows we took before the high thrones and violating the ancestry protocols, King Oyanka advised.

“Your oath and vows will destroy you if yougo against it, it may take some time but when it starts there will be no survival”, Nii opined.

King Oyanka I, explained that there are reasons for awarding certain traditional titles to some individuals and subtitles like “development Chiefs/queens or Ambassadorial” positions to other personalities.

He added that subtitles such as “Nkosuohene or Nkosuohemaa”, meaning, “development chief or Queen.” has been going on for some decades now.

King Nii Ayitey Anumle Oyanka I, said “Chief of Business Development”, was a subtitle which was created by Asantehene Otumfuo Opoku Ware II, 1970-1999 and was emulated by some Kingdoms in Africa.

He reiterated that any African-American who will mistakenly changes his or her title to a higher one would not be forgiven, but will be used as an escape goat to serve as a deterrent to others.

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