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Larteh-Kubease Outdoors new Chief By: Ebenezer Kofi Amponsah and JoJoe Bucknor-Baffoe                                                 
Nana Acheampong Otu - Agyemfra V1 Chief , Larteh- kubease
  • ·          Nana Acheampong Otu-Agyemfra VI

Scores of people thronged Larteh- Kubease last Saturday to witness the swearing-in and outdooring of Nana Acheampong Otu-Agyemfra VI.
Addressing residents and well-wishers at the palace, Nana Acheampong Otu-Agyemfra VI, said development is hinged on education and therefore advised parents to make education a major priority in order to improve the well-being of their children and the country.

He emphasized that the development of any country is dependent on the health status of its people, and therefore pledged to help provide the hospital in the town with the necessary logistics to enable them address the health needs of the people in the area.

Nana Acheampong Otu-Agyemfra VI further advised the people to remain united to develop their town any meaningful development cannot occur among a divided people.
Dennis Edward Aboagye: MCE Akuapem North Municipality
The Municipal Chief Executive of Akuapem North Municipality, Mr. Dennis Edward Aboagye, on his part appealed to the chiefs to help them acquire lands to support the one District one factory programme initiated by the government to generate jobs for the youth in the area.

 He added that investors would only invest in areas where factors of production such as land could   easily be acquired.
He stated that Chieftaincy disputes which has retarded the economic development of most areas in the country could be attributed to the failure of the chieftaincy Institutions to document some of the significant event ’’ even in Akuapem here there are some chieftaincy disputes as in other areas but going forward I think all these activities should be documented to help resolve any dispute that may arise in future.’’ He observed

The ceremony brought together chiefs and people from Nsawam, Dodowa and Ningo- prampram.

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