WASSA AMENFI:CITIZENS TO EMBARK ON MASSIVE “NO TARRED ROAD NO ELECTION CAMPAIGN”

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A group called Wassa Amenfi Development Advocacy Team( WADAT) is on a mission to embark on a massive “No Tarred Road No Election Campaign.
The group is a non-partisan group, comprising 5 divisional chiefs( Kwabeng, Agona Amenfi, Ankasie, Domiase and Adjakaa Manso) and 11 other communities, their Assembly members, Unit committee chairmen, Mmerantehene (youth chief) and other opinion leaders along Asankrangwa- Agona Amenfi through Adjakaa Manso to Sefwi Humjibre stretch of road.
The group had their first general meeting on Friday,4th August 2023 at Wassa Ankasie.

Tufohene of Wasa Amenfi Traditional Council, Nana Anim Kwaw II was the chairman of this Team( WADAT).
And in the meeting, the Omanhene approved this demonstration.
Given this,25th August 2023 has been agreed to a mass demonstration.
The motive for this demonstration is “No Tarred Road, No Election.”
The converging venue for this demonstration is Wassa Dominase.
Then they will walk together to Nso Nyameye with the mass media, then they will present their petition to the government of Ghana through the MCE( Asankrangwa) and DCE( Manso Amenfi)

It’s interesting to hear that the youth are embarking on a “no tarred road, no election” campaign. This indicates that they are advocating for better infrastructure and road conditions before participating in any elections. The youth wants to voice their concerns and demands for improved living conditions through the “No Tarred Road No Election Campaign. This campaign is one of the many campaigns that have taken place in Wassa Amenfi as a result of poor roads. The people of Samreboi have embarked on several campaigns requesting good roads but to no avail. In May 2023 for instance, residents and some market men and women got stuck in the middle of the road when they were transporting their goods to market.

Residents of Mumuni-Prestea Nkwanta stuck in the middle of the road

Infrastructure plays a vital role in the development of a nation, and good roads are essential for transportation, economic growth, and connectivity. By embarking on this campaign, the youth are drawing attention to the importance of having the proper infrastructure in place before engaging in political processes.

Mr Cudjoe, one of the organisers, speaking to PAZION MEDIA said “The presence of well-maintained and accessible roads can positively impact the lives and improve economic activities within the area. He added that despite the massive contributions of Wassa Ameni to the development of the nation, it has not been treated fairly in terms of sharing the national cake. The area is rich in resources but underdeveloped. The resources gotten from Wassa Amenfi should reflect their living conditions.

The campaign is a clarion call for affirmative action.
The spearhearders of the campaign are calling for support, direction, guidance and most especially financial support from people who have the development of Amenfi at heart.

 

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