Some chiefs in the Ga traditional area have given the Gbese mantse, Nii Ayibonte, a seven-day ultimatum to relinquish his throne.
The Chiefs are angry with the Gbese Chief over claims he made prior to the 2016 general elections.
Nii Ayibonte promised to abdicate his throne if president John Mahama loses the presidential election.
Nii Ayibonte told his subjects before the election that he had no doubt Mahama would win the election based on the numerous infrastructural projects.
But luck eluded the former Chairman of Accra Hearts of Oak after he gambled with his seat.
Nii Ayibonte has not whispered a word about what he intends to do after the massive victory of Nana Akufo-Addo.
The Ga Chiefs who are demanding he abdicates his throne have also pricked old wounds. They are also challenging his eligibility as the Gbese chief.