Today January 25, 2022

Bolga: Butchers have agreed to relocate to Yorogo abattoir in 2weeks time — MCE

The Bolgatanga Municipal Chief Executive Mr. Rex Asanga has hinted that butchers in the Municipality have concluded plans to relocate to the Yorogo abattoir in two weeks’ time.

The MCE revealed this during a press soiree organized by the Upper East Regional Coordinating Council (RCC) to engage the media on developmental issues happening across the region.

According to the MCE, the current development is that the butchers themselves have agreed to move to the Yorogo abattoir.

“The Yorogo Abattoir, the last general assembly meeting on December 15, they agreed they will move. We have since engaged the butchers, we have had several meetings very stormy one and they came after their own consultation to plead with us to give them two weeks.

“So, they have probably resolved to move on the 1st of January 2022. And we have said well if they have been dodging and not moving for 4years or 5years now, so if is just two weeks that you need to move and we don’t have to fight, we will grant you the two weeks. So, on the first of January, we expect them to move to Yorogo,” he emphasised.

 

Source: Modern Ghana

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