Gwiraman Traditional Council and Stakeholders chart common developmental path

Bamiango(W/R),- The Gwiraman Traditional Council (GTC) has met stakeholders in the area to fashion out a strategic plan to spearhead the development of the area.

 

According to the Council, the area lagged in development which called for a concerted effort among all stakeholders.

 

The Paramount Chief of the Gwiraman Traditional Council, Awulae Angama Tu-agyan II said this at a meeting with the traditional council and stakeholders such as the Member of Parliament, Municipal Chief Executive, Bankers, Mining Companies, school authorities among others at Bamiango in the Nzema-East Municipality of the Western Region.

 

Awulae Angama Tu-agyan II advised the chiefs, MP, MCE, and the community to put the past behind them and forge ahead in unity despite their political lineages.

 

He told the meeting that the politics of NDC and NPP would not in any way help the development of the area and stressed the need to bury their differences once elections were over.

 

Touching on the four thematic developmental touch-points, Awulae Tu-agyan II mentioned education, health, roads, and telecommunication network militating against the well-being and development of the area.

 

He appealed to the MCE and MP to unite and assist him to develop the area and tasked all his subjects to actively involve themselves in the developmental agenda of the area.

 

Awulae Tu-agyan II also appealed to the Council and other stakeholders to assist in the establishment of model schools, health centers, mobile communication networks and improve roads in the communities.

 

The Member of Parliament for Evaloe-Adjomoro Gwira, Mr.Kofi Arko Nokoe thanked Awulae and the traditional council for bringing all stakeholders together to foster unity, love, and peace to pave way for development and called for more interactive sessions.

 

Mr Arko Nokoe said despite his party differences, he has teamed up with the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) to give peace and development a chance.

 

The MP said he was working around the clock to put the road network in good shape and see to the proper construction of their major bridge linking other communities.

 

The MP said he was in constant touch with telecommunication mobile network to erect masts in the communities to improve upon mobile phones network.

 

He pledged to continue all projects started by the previous MP and suggested that the council should award chiefs who pushed for development in their communities.

 

The MP pledged 25 bags of cement towards the completion of the chief’s palace.

 

The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Nzema-East Madam Elizabeth Dorcas Amoah told the traditional council that she was yet to tour the entire Municipality to meet traditional rulers to ascertain problems facing the communities.

 

She assured the traditional council of developmental projects such as the

 

establishment of a market complex at Bamiango and a Police station at Banso, among others.

 

The MCE pledged 50 bags of cement towards the completion of the chief’s palace.

 

Source: Ghana News Agency

 

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