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Nana Asem Bi Nti
30 August 2012 | Critics

The Akyem-Apedwa YMCA was one of the oldest institution in the East Akyem Municipal Assembly. It has trained a number of students in the past years but now it can't boast of any product and its past product too can't boast of the existence of Apedwa YMCA. Why should this happen to the one and only second cycle institution at Akyem-Apedwa which has sub-villages.

After the close down of Akyem-Apedwa YMCA which i don't actually know the cause, has been re-open three consecutive times but still couldn't stand on it feet. It is a worried to the natives and elders of Akyem-Apedwa and i believe the elders are trying their possible best to revive it, but it all needs the support of the government, NGO's, Private Investors and wealthy men of Akyem-Apedwa to bring this into reality.

There are some buildings and enough land to build a big second cycle institution for Akyem-Apedwa community, and it will also serve the nation as a well. We must not leave the buildings on the land to collapse.

The natives of Akyem-Apedwa would be very glad to hear that the government or an NGO, who has the town and the development of Ghana at heart, to take a bold gargantuan step to bring their hopes into reality.

Long Live Akyem-Apedwa!
Long live Apedwaman!!
Long live Osaaberima Nana Obeneakwa Kwalifa!!!

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