The Western Regional Minister, Mr. A.E. Amoah, has assured the chiefs and people of Sefwi Wiaso and its environs that feeder roads in the district will soon be tarred.
He acknowledged that feeder roads in the region were not in good shape and needed to be given a fresh lease of life.
Mr. Amoah said this last weekend when he answered questions at Sefwi Wiaso as part of programmes in the entire 13 districts to mark the People’s Assembly in the region.
He said the road from Sefwi through Osei Kodjo Krom would receive the necessary attention and be tarred.
On the security situation in Sefwi Wiaso, he said that it was crucial that the personnel posted to the area are allowed to do their work without any interference from any quarter. 'We need them, they are not here on the side of any person.'
Mr. Amoah’s remark followed a question about the military and police presence in the area.
At Bibiani, the Regional Minister told the assembly that democracy in Ghana was moving forward and believed that the country had been blessed throughout the 50 years of freedon.
The District Chief Executive for Bibiani-Anhwiaso Bekwai, Mr. Kingsley Adjei-Manu told the gathering that development was a shared responsibility and that the People’s Assembly was in fulfillment of that goal to pull resources to make development possible. The Omanhene of Sefwi Anhwiaso said that discussions on development should be held in peace and on a non-partisan basis.