Chief calls for peace, unity and reconciliation

Asamankese (E/R)� The chiefs and people of Asamankese have celebrated their Obuodwan Festival after 30 years hiatus, with a call to all to unite and accept to live in peace and harmony.

Osabarima Adu Darko III, the Asamankesehene, said this was the way forward to bring progress.

Deepening our reconciliation, unity and peace was the theme chosen for the six-day event.

Speaking at a grand durbar to climax the celebration, the chief said there could not be any meaningful development when the people were disunited.

He reminded them that a house divided against itself could not stand and that was why they needed to see themselves as one people.

They should work together to make things better for everybody.

Osabarima Adu Darko spoke of the need to revive their communal spirit and to take their destiny into their own hands.

It was important to avoid the over-reliance on the government for everything.

The chief urged the Municipal Assembly to take steps to ensure proper planning of the municipal capital and other towns in the area.

He also invited citizens of Asamankese living outside the town to identify with efforts at improving the socio-economic conditions of the place.

Osabarima Adu Darko advised parents to see to it that all their children were enrolled in school.

Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) J. N. K. Ackah, the District Police Commander, asked the people to be law-abiding and to assist flag-up miscreants for their arrest and prosecution.

Mr Seth Oduro Boadu, the Municipal Chief Executive, announced that bad roads in the municipality were going to be fixed.

The Asamankese Welfare Association in the United Kingdom presented 30 computers and their accessories to the West Akyem Municipal Directorate of Education for distribution to schools in Asamankese.

Source: Ghana News Agency

   

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Chief calls for peace, unity and reconciliation

Asamankese (E/R)� The chiefs and people of Asamankese have celebrated their Obuodwan Festival after 30 years hiatus, with a call to all to unite and accept to live in peace and harmony.

Osabarima Adu Darko III, the Asamankesehene, said this was the way forward to bring progress.

Deepening our reconciliation, unity and peace was the theme chosen for the six-day event.

Speaking at a grand durbar to climax the celebration, the chief said there could not be any meaningful development when the people were disunited.

He reminded them that a house divided against itself could not stand and that was why they needed to see themselves as one people.

They should work together to make things better for everybody.

Osabarima Adu Darko spoke of the need to revive their communal spirit and to take their destiny into their own hands.

It was important to avoid the over-reliance on the government for everything.

The chief urged the Municipal Assembly to take steps to ensure proper planning of the municipal capital and other towns in the area.

He also invited citizens of Asamankese living outside the town to identify with efforts at improving the socio-economic conditions of the place.

Osabarima Adu Darko advised parents to see to it that all their children were enrolled in school.

Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) J. N. K. Ackah, the District Police Commander, asked the people to be law-abiding and to assist flag-up miscreants for their arrest and prosecution.

Mr Seth Oduro Boadu, the Municipal Chief Executive, announced that bad roads in the municipality were going to be fixed.

The Asamankese Welfare Association in the United Kingdom presented 30 computers and their accessories to the West Akyem Municipal Directorate of Education for distribution to schools in Asamankese.

Source: Ghana News Agency

   

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