Make Tafo Capital Of Akyem Abuakwa North To Honor J.B Danquah Adu – Youth Movement

Written by on October 11, 2018

Some young of Akyem Tafo in the Eastern Region, have appealed to President Akufo-Addo to make the town the capital of yet-to-be made Akyem Abuakwa North Municipal Assembly.

The young said this will be a befitting approach to respect the memory recently Member of Parliament (MP) Joseph Boakye Danquah Adu.

The Akyem Tafo Youth Movement (ATYM) in an appeal to routed to Executive Secretary to the president, Nana Asante Badiatuo, expressed a few financial and political reasons why Tafo must be the decision for the capital.

They refered to the way that the previous MP “who was mercilessly killed on the ninth of February 2016 was a distinguished child of Tafoland.”

“He served the voting demographic so well and won the hearts and admirations of all. He was a humanitarian and beside his obligations as a MP, cooked for a few youngsters, dowagers and numerous more in his general vicinity far and wide.

“We the young, regard it an awesome open door for the Municipal Capital to be in Akyem Tafo and a corridor at the Assembly fabricating named in his respect; for he passed on a legend while serving the land,” expressed the request.

The legislature on November 16, 2017, laid before Parliament a Legislative Instrument (LI) for the production of some Thirty-Eight (38) new Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies in the nation.

The proposed Legislative Instrument incorporates the Abuakwa North Municipal Assembly which has been cut out of East-Akim Municipal Assembly. A portion of the towns inside the proposed civil incorporates Akyem Tafo, Kukurantumi, Osiem, Anyinasin, Obodanse, Tontro, Nobi, among others.

In any case, the appeal to together marked by President of the adolescent development, says “it is of the solid and firm conviction that no other town inside the Municipality is more fit the bill for the Municipal capital of the proposed Abuakwa North Municipal Assembly” because of its successful and energetic nearby economy which is expected to advance the improvement of the indigenes.

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