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“Rampant Importation Of Foreign Goods Have Contributed To Cedis Degradation Which We Are All Involved” ~ Dormaahene

The President of Bono Regional House of Chiefs and also President of Dormaa Traditional Council, Ɔsagyefoɔ Ɔseadeɛyɔ Dr Agyeman Badu ll has attributed the current economic hardship to rampant increase of importation of foreign goods into the country.

He made this comment when he joined chiefs and people of Nsɛsɛrɛsu in the Dormaa East in the Bono Region to commission a dam for farming and other purposes under one village one dam initiative.

Hon Emmanuel kofi Agyeman DCE for Dormaa East on his part explain that world Bank financed the dam through labour intensive.

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The hon DCE added the dam can serve other purposes aside farming as well including tourist attractions if managed well.

Filed by: Agyawusu Barima Dormaa FM Dormaa Ahenkro

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