“Being a King is about the legacy you leave behind and not organizing big funerals” – Bishop Dag Heward Mills blasts Otumfuo

Dag Heward-Mills Apologises to Asantehene Over His ChildishSermon
Dag Heward-Mills Apologises to Asantehene Over His ChildishSermon

Founder of Light House Chapel, Bishop Dag Heward Mills has criticized the kingship of the king of the Asante Kingdom Otumfuo Osei Tutu II.

In viral audio, the popular preacher was speaking at a seminar to some congregants said he’s left with no choice to say what he was about to say because things don’t seem to be working with political and traditional leadership.

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In his words he said, everyone can make love, organize parties and live like Kings but real kings put the needs of their people first.

He gave an example of going to France and seeing a statue and the story about that story was an interesting one.

It was about the legacy the one whose sculpture was carved left behind. He said in America politics leaders are concerned about their legacies after they are gone than just living in the moment.

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Then he came to the leader of the Asante Kingdom Otumfuo Osei Tutu II and asked what he’s doing for his people aside organizing funerals and events of merry-making.

He went ahead to say, it is however hilarious hearing people attribute Otumfuo to King Solomon in the Bible and asked if people knew the things King Solomon did for his people.

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