Berekuso Chief appeals for infrastructure development

Chief of Berekuso, has appealed to the Government to provide the town with a senior high school, market and good roads to make life comfortable for the people.

He said he had provided a 17-acre plot of land for the project but several appeals to government to develop it had proved futile.

Odeefuo Korankye made the appeal in an interview with Ghana News Agency at Berekuso, near Aburi in the Eastern Region on Tuesday.

He said an endowment fund had been launched in the town to provide support for the people to improve upon their standard of education.

Odeefuo Korankye, who is also the Akuapem Twafohene, said the provision of the school in the town would save the people of Ayim, Adentebi, Sesebi, Adusa, Onyaano, Bodomase and Badukrom from travelling long distances to attend senior high school.

He commended Mr Osei Bonsu Amoah, the Member of Parliament for Aburi-Nsawam, for his efforts in bringing Safe Water Network, a Non-Governmental Organisation, to provide the town with bore holes.

Odeefuo Korankye appealed to the Government to construct the Kwabenya-Kitase road which had become a source of worry to motorists and pedestrians.

He urged the youth to desist from indulging in nefarious activities which could ruin their future.

Source: Ghana News Agency