Amoamanhene Marks 5 Years

Nana Agyenim Boateng I, the Amoamanhene

Nana Agyenim Boateng I, the Amoamanhene

NANA AGYENIM Boateng I, the chief of Amoaman in the Atwima Nwabiagya District, marked his fifth-year on the throne, which coincided with the Akwasidae festival, with a mammoth durbar, on Sunday.

The colourful traditional event, which was held at the Amoaman Township, attracted people from various backgrounds including chiefs, top politicians, the clergy and businessmen, among others.

Nana Agyenim Boateng I, who was dressed in a splendid-looking ‘Kente’ cloth, arrived at the durbar grounds in a palanquin to a rapturous applause from a charged crowd, most of whom are natives of Amoaman.

The traditional leader, who without doubt is development-oriented person, used his resources to construct the New Amoaman DA School at the cost of a whopping GH¢ 1 million during his first year on the throne.

Addressing the huge crowd after moving round the durbar grounds to exchange pleasantries with some selected personalities, the Amoaman Chief stated that developing Amoaman is his utmost priority.

He announced that plans are far advanced for him to construct a modern infusion plant, valued at a staggering $ 11million at Amoaman to help provide jobs for the unemployed and energetic youth.

To serve the northern sector of the country after its completion, Nana Agyenim Boateng said the company which would be christened ‘Northern Ghana Infusion Company’ would open the area to the rest of the country.

He announced that construction works have also started for the construction of a modern police station, a spacious market and hospital at Amoaman, to help make living comfortable and enjoyable for his people.

Nana Agyenim Boateng entreated people in responsible positions like chiefs, to lead the crusade to ensure the smooth development of their areas to make their people, including women and children benefit.

Government, he said, cannot develop the country alone, hence the strongest need for influential people like chiefs and other affluent people in society to play roles to transform the society.

FROM I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Amoaman

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