Dormaahene hails the “Fix The Country Movement”

Osagyefo Oseadeyo Agyeman Badu II, the supreme leader of the traditional zone of Dormaa

Osagyefo Oseadeyo Agyeman Badu II, the supreme leader of the traditional Dormaa zone, praised the “mend the country” movement and pledged to support the campaign to obtain the required development benefits in the country.

He applauded Ghanaian US-based social media activist Twene Jonas and other social media players for the movement and their commitment to “spark a wave of activism in Ghana”.

Osagyefo Oseadeyo Badu II, also president of the Regional Chamber of Chiefs of Bono, said activists‘ engagement in raising awareness of corruption and injustices, social ills, environmental degradation, poor sanitation, leadership and economic mismanagement was in the right direction and should be taken care of.

“The movement is heading in the right direction and should not be seen and presented as insults against certain political and traditional leaders,” the supreme leader said when addressing a durbar of chiefs and residents of Asunsu number one in the central municipality of Dormaa.

Osagyefo Oseadeyo Badu II, who previously led a cleanup exercise in the city, urged political and traditional leaders to address national challenges, invest in human resources through effective management, judicious and prudent use of resources for put the nation on the right track. socio-economic development.

“I will lead the campaign to fan the flames of activism and accountability in order to keep leaders on their toes so that a meaningful, meaningful and appreciable level of development can be observed across the country,” he said. declared.

Osagyefo Oseadeyo Badu II expressed concern over what he described as government delays in investigating the contract for the Saglemi affordable housing project, saying “it is sad and unhappy that the project is abandoned and wasted years after construction when workers and millions of homeless Ghanaians can live there.

“When you say what you think about it, they say you are doing politics,” and condemned successive governments for abandoning development projects initiated by their predecessors.

The Supreme Leader therefore called on the government to continue and complete the school, road and hospital projects launched by the former National Democratic Party (NDC) government.

Osagyefo Oseadeyo Badu II pledged to provide an interest-free but repayable 2,000 GHC loan to five deserving traders in the region to repay within 12 months, and pledged 100 bags of cement and 2,600 GHC to support construction work in a community center in the region.

He also called on the health ministry to modernize the number one community health planning service complex (CHPS) in Asunsu to improve health care delivery in the region.

Osagyefo Oseadeyo Badu II ensured to distribute the resources accumulated on the Stool lands of Dormaa equally so that development progresses in all communities, and advised the population to adhere to COVID-19 health security protocols to prevent the spread of disease.

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