The chiefs and the youth of Kyekyewere in the Atwima Mponua District, has expressed the appreciation to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, for his government’s decision to award a contract for the construction of ten killometers road from Nyinahin to Kyekyewere.
According to Nana Osei Marfo III, “This is a project their ancestors had appealed to all governments, since independent, to construct the deplorable roads that’s has affected their daily activities for years, but to no avail.
It is only your government, Your Excellency, that has listened favourably to us and has awarded the contract to construct our road and also add us to the rural electrification project.”
The chief of Kyekyewere Nana Osei Marfo was confident that, their late father’s would roll happily in their graves, that Nana Akufo-Addo has made their dream come true, and certainly would wish and pray that, he stays longer enough to make our country greater and stronger.”
Nana Osei Marfo made this known at the maiden meeting of Kyekyewere Youth Association.
Addressing the gathering, the chairman of the Kyekyewere Youth Association Mr Samuel Osei noted that “for almost 200 years their ancestors came to settle in this community, no sitting President has mentioned their name in their budgets.
The youths and the people of Kyekyewere are, therefore, most grateful to your Excellency for your show of love.
He, thus, urged residents of Kyekyewere and, indeed, all Ghanaians to take advantage of “the numerous policies and programmes rolled out by the Government to improve their well-being by actively supporting the “One Village, One Dam”, “One District, One Factory”,
Planting for Food and Jobs, and many other policies and programmes.”
Mr Osei Marfo then appealed to the government to include them in the board of the Nyinahin bauxite projects and also employed most of the youth of Kyekyewere when it’s started.
Mr Gabriel Nyame, senior accountant at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital who is the Patron to the association and a resident of Kyekyewere also promise for his support and urge them to support government in his policies.
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