Awutu Bereku (C/R) May 17, GNA – Mr Aquinas Tawiah Quansah, Central Regional Minister, has called the chiefs, elders and opinion leaders in Awutu Senya Traditional Area to bury their differences in the interest of peace and development.
He said where conflicts have dominion over the people, growth and peace evades them, hence the need for them at this time of the country’s democratic dispensation should let bygones be bygones, see themselves as one people and combine their resources to help develop the area.
Mr Quansah made the call when he paid a courtesy call on the chiefs of the traditional area at Awutu Bereku as part of a day’s visit to Awutu-Senya East and Awutu Senya Districts to acquaint himself with progress of development.
The Regional Minister was accompanied by heads of department, National Democratic Congress (NDC) executives the party’s communication team.
Abokuadi Wyettey Agyemang Otabil III Paramount Chief of Awutu and President of the Traditional Council commended the government for given the area its fair share of the national cake.
He listed some of the projects as extension of electricity to almost all the communities in the area, re-shaping and tarring of most of the link roads and the Kasoa Interchange project.
He said the completion of the interchange project would drastically reduce traffic congestion in the area.
The Paramount Chief appealed to the government to as a matter of urgency rehabilitate the road from Awutu Bawjiase through Obrechire linking Agona Swedru for free movement of goods and services and also address the boundary conflict between the area and the Ga South Assembly to bring sanity to the area before things get out of hands.
Dr Nuhu Adams, Awutu Senya East Municipal Chief Executive and Mr Sampson Armah Awutu-Senya District Chief Executive led the Minister and his entourage to inspect completed and ongoing projects.
Some of project they visited were Ayensu Starch Factory at Bawjiase, the ongoing community senior high school at Bawjiase, the ultra-modern information communication technology centre at Ofaako and the construction of offices at Ofaako under a public private partnership.
The rest were a new market, Ghana Education Trust Fund School project at Iron City Kasoa, and the western and eastern bypass construction works and rural technology facility at Awutu Bereku.
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