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Ghanaian King Who Lives in Germany and Rules Via Skype Has Royal Regalia Stolen

King Togbe Ngoryifia Céphas Kosi Bansah
King Togbe Ngoryifia Céphas Kosi Bansah

This may seems a little weird but considering the fact that most Kings are nowadays not expected to stay in the Villages or Towns they rule because they have jobs—many are currently even living out of Ghana.

According to a report by Independent, an African King (from Ghana) who rules his kingdom via Skype has had his four gold crowns stolen from his home in Germany.

King Togbe Ngoryifia Céphas Kosi Bansah, 66, who lives in Germany but remains the ruler over 200,000 people of Hohoe returned from an evening out to discover that thieves had broken in his home in Ludwigshafen—taking with them his royal regalia, including the crowns and golden chains from his grandparents.

“Thieves had come over the balcony on the first floor, prised the door open, smashed the cabinets and ransacked everything,” he told The Times.

Although the value of the items was placed at around £15,900 but the King who was crowned a King in 1987 has said the collection is irreplaceable to his family and country.

And how did the King abandon his people to be living in Germany where he rules via Skype and Telephone, even settling disputes through these means?

The answer is;  he moved from Ghana to Germany as a foreign exchange student but stayed after falling in love with his now-wife Gabrielle.

 



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