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By Nana Asem Bi Nti

The citizens of Akyem-Apedwa has expressed a shock in the promises made by this current government to be a father for all. Its bearly Four (4) years that the NDC came into power, but the question is What development or Contribution has the current government made or is about to make in the Apedwa community to better the lifes of its citizens??????.

Akyem-Apedwa now the Gateway to Abuakwa South Constituency and also one of the big towns in the East Akim Municipal Assembly. Has been looking forward to hear a good news from this government to either rebuild our Secondary school Which collapsed some years ago or construction of gutters and our roads for us to make our town a better place to live.

We are by this medium pleading with the current Government to include Akyem-Apedwa also in the Better Ghana Agenda, Since we also pay tax and contribute alot to this nation through agriculture and others.

The fact that the entire community has been quiet for such a long time doesnt mean things are ok with us , but It is because we think this government is being discriminative in this country. In other to prove the entire community wrong from being discriminative , the government should also make us feel THE BETTER GHANA AGENDA he is talking about.

"A word to the wise is enought" as we always say must be a friend to this Government to avoid NO DEVELOPMENT NO CAMPAIGN AT AKYEM APEDWA.


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