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A/R: Afigya Kwabre South District Assembly Spits Fires On Amoah Apagyahene Comment, debunks Allegations

Afigya Kwabre South District Assembly in the Ashanti region has debunked an allegations levelled by the Chief of Amoah Apagya, Nana Owusu Peprah II following on his recent comment about lack of developmental projects in his community attributing it to his alliance to the NDC.

The Amoah Apagya traditional leader at a durbar recently chastised the NPP government especially the Afigya Kwabre South District Assembly over lack of street lights and other developmental projects in his community.

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The Chief bemoaned that anytime he approaches the leadership of the Assembly they only reply him that he is an NDC hence, no development in his community by NPP government.

However, the Assembly led by the District Chief Executive, Hon Christian Adu-Poku who did not take it kindly with the comment as the Chief seeks to tarnish the image of the government and the District Assembly said in a media briefing that the Chief in question chairs the district education oversight committee and several major functions in the Assembly so how could the traditional Leader gives such comment.

The Chief Executive further disclosed that, Afigya Kwabre South District has over 100 communities which each requires development.

He explained that, the NPP government from former President Kuffour and Nana Addo have provided over 16 different projects including streetlights and classroom blocks at Apagya as compared to NDC 3 projects under the former Presidents Rawlings, Late Atta Mills, and Mahama hence Ghanaians should ignore those comments.

story by Rexkin Ohene Boateng, hello fm Kumasi.

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