Monday, July 20, 2009


THE Omanhene of Manso Nkwanta, Nana Bi-Kusi Appiah, has spoken against the spate of anonymous letter writing in the Amansie West District.
He said the practice was not helping the district, especially as the letters were mostly directed at people in high positions who were contributing to the development of the district.
Nana Appiah stated this at a thanksgiving service jointly organised by the Amansie West District Assembly and the Manso Nkwanta Local Council of Churches in honour of the District Chief Executive (DCE) for the area, Mr Charles Oti Prempeh.
Members of the various churches and the Muslim community, assembly members as well as the general public attended the service in their numbers.
Nana Appiah urged the people to put away their political differences and unite to develop the district.
He also called for support for the government, since there was only one government that was expected to prosecute the development agenda of the nation.
Preaching the sermon, the Methodist Priest of Manso Nkwanta, Rev. Adu Gyamfi, said it was God who installed leaders.
He, therefore, urged the people to support the DCE to enable him to deliver, because it was God and not man who put him in the position.
Mr Prempeh thanked the chiefs and people in the district for the co-operation they had so far given him, and expressed the hope that that would continue in the interest of the district and the nation.
The DCE outlined his vision for the district, which included improvement of education, addressing health needs of the people and improvement of road network.

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