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Numerous Chieftaincy Disputes In Bono East Region Retarding Development – Paramount Chief Of Abeasi

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President of Abeasi Traditional Council who is also Paramount chief of Abeasi area, Obrempong Kru Takyi II has said newly created Bono East region could not developed faster when there are so many chieftaincy disputes among chiefs in the region.

According to him, there are too many chieftaincy cases in the region which is retarding development.


According to him, though the new region has nineteen 19 paramouncies, only 6 attend regional house of chiefs meeting saying this doesn’t not augur well for faster development of the region and so called on chiefs of the disputed areas to quickly solve their differences so that it would allow them attend meetings and contribute to discussion of the house for faster development of their respective areas in the region.

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He again used the occasion to commission an ultra modern traditional council story building.

Obrempong Kru Takyi II further entreated people of the to region to adhere to covid-19 safety protocols to avoid contracting the virus especially during this era when all schools are scheduled to re-open after long break.

He made the above assertion during celebration of this year’s Abaasi Kwabena Yam Festival.


Source: Kwabena Manu – Myghanamedia.com

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