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Unity Enhance Dev’t ,Let’s Maintain it… Eugene Arhin Goes After Assin North MP Hon James Gyakye Quayson .

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Director of communications at the presidency Eugene Arhin has charged the Awutu Traditional Council and the Senya Traditional Council within the Awutu Senya West District in the central region to maintain their peaceful relationships which has been In existence of which he believes is the only way to enhance development within their Traditional Area.

According to him, without peace no community can develop.

Mr Eugene Arhin made this known to Mireku Nyampong during his keynote address at the 2022 Awutu Awubia Festival Celebration as chairman of the occasion.

He added that, the government will continue to enhance development within the Awutu Senya West District as it has already started. He urged the people of Awutu to have believed in the Npp government when it come to development in the area.

Also, Ndc embattled member of parliament for Assin North Hon James Gyakye Quayson who grace the occasion as guest said Ghana needs honest people to lead us . He said, we don’t need to beg government to do projects because is their responsibility . He discribed those politicians who fail to fulfil their promises as liars.


Hon Gyakye Quayson said, is sad some people want to pull him down blocking development in his area because he didn’t come to contest because of money.

Finally, Boundary Chief of Awutu Traditional Area Nai Kwabena Atopi (i) who delivered speech on behalf of Omanhene of Awutu Traditional Area Nai Agyemang Whytteh Otabil (iii) said statistics show tennege pregnantis on the rise at Bereku and its surroundings which students must desist from such act and rather focus on thier studies. He called on all Awutuman to come together and fight for development .

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