‘Dabayin deserves the best’

The newly-installed Benkumhene of Gomoa Dabayin, Nana Yaw Owusu, has pledged to do his best to tackle challenges facing the town so as to make it a centre of attraction in the Central Region.

According to him, the town deserved the best of amenities including clinics, schools and modern markets to, among other things, to boost the economic fortunes of people through trading and other businesses.

Consequently, he has called on citizens of the town to rally behind him and give him the necessary support to bring developments to the area.

The real estate developer was enstooled the first Benkumhene of Gomoa Dabayin as part of activities to mark this year’s Gomoa Two Weeks Festival last Saturday.

Among other things, Nana Owusu said he would bring everybody on board no matter their status in the town in his agenda to ensure that the people got the best.

He said his installation was by the grace of God and, therefore, thanked God for the honour done him.

The Benkumhene also thanked the people for the honour bestowed on him, adding that although he had previously turned down the opportunity, he fully accepted it because he wanted to see the area developed.

“We would all come together to move this townforward. I will share my ideas with the elders and then see how we can implement them for the betterment of the lives of the people,” he said.

He said he would use the contacts he had to attract the investments that were needed to fast track the development of the town.

The chief of the area, Nana Idan Amo, called for the support of all for the rapid development of the area.

Abusuapayin Kobina Egyir said the town needed a community centre, a school, a clinic, among other things.

He, therefore, called on the government to come to their aid. 

A son of the chief of the area, Mr Kwame Morgan, deplored the frequent accidents on the main road leading to and from Winneba, and called on the Ghana Highways Authority to construct speed humps to control the speed.

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