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E/R: The people of Akyem Osorase call on government for development

The elders and indigenes of Akyem Osorase in the Achiase district of Eastern region have called on government for developmental projects as chieftaincy dispute has delayed progress in the town for many years without proper resolution.

The Oyoko Abusuapanin of Akyem Osorase; Berima Addo Krako speaking to the media revealed that their community lack so many social amenities such as portable drinking water, good roads, football pitch, among other important basic needs that makes life comfortable for the people living in Akyem Osorase.

 

He has therefore called on government to intervene in settling their long time chieftaincy dispute that has hindered the progress of Akyem Osorase community which will do a great harm to the children of the town in future.

Berima Addo Krako made this statement during the sod cutting ceremony held in Akyem Osorase to commence work on the community football pitch which is funded by Nana Kwabena Brako.

 

Nana Kwabena Brako who in 2020 election contested for the NPP member of parliament candidate but lost and now undertaking many developmental projects for the people of Achiase district speaking to the media said the workload in the country can not be left for the central government alone to do hence he would call on everyone to do what we can to help develop our communities.

 

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Source: Kwabena Ofori

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