Osei Kwame Panyin
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Osei Kwame Panyin was the ruler of the Ashanti Confederacy (located in present-day Ghana) from 1777 to 1801, holding the title of Asantehene. In December 1803, he was succeeded by Osei Fofie. Osei Kwame Panyin was considered a bad king. He killed many of his family and sacrificed ordinary people at the funerals of his family members.
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