[ 2012-06-30 ]
Ghanaians urged to unite in the effort to fight poverty
Beposo (Ash), June 29, GNA – The District Chief
Executive for Bosomtwe, Mr Edward Nti-Berko has
appealed to Ghanaians to unite in their effort to
fight poverty and bring progress.
He said it would be difficult to achieve
meaningful socio-economic development when the
people remain divided by politics and refuse to
He was speaking at a fund-raising durbar held by
the chiefs and people of Beposo in aid of the
construction of a mechanized water project.
Mr Nti-Berko urged supporters of the various
political parties to conduct themselves well and
avoid any acts that could undermine the peace in
He gave high marks to them for the peaceful and
success manner in which the biometric voter
registration was undertaken in the district and
said this should be repeated during the December
He gave the assurance that the District Assembly
would continue to work hard to provide the
communities with good drinking water, schools and
other social amenities to make life better for
Madam Philomena Akyaa Brobbey, Headmistress of
Beposo Senior High School (SHS) used the occasion
to appeal for a school bus to help ease the acute
transportation problem they are faced with.
The difficulties they often go through to
participate in inter-SHS sporting and other
educational programmes needed to end, she added.
Earlier, Nana Kankam Boadu Apenteng II, the
Beposohene, and Nana Asare Appiah, the Nkosuohene,
took turns to counsel the youth to uphold the
values of hard work, integrity and discipline.
They also urged them to take their studies
seriously to enhance their academic performance.
An amount of GH¢ 6,000.00 was realized at the
Source - GNA
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