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Bonoman Institute Urges Chiefs to Spearhead Development in Bono Regions

Bonoman Institute
Bonoman Institute

The Bonoman Institute has highlighted the crucial need for enterprise and business development to drive economic growth in the Bono and Bono East Regions.

The institute in a new year statement called on local chiefs to take the lead in fostering regional development.

The statement, signed by Mr. Francis Ansu Gyabaah and Mr. Atta Akoto Snr, emphasizes the importance of collaboration between chiefs, politicians, and local entrepreneurs to promote trade and economic activities within the regions.

Furthermore, the institute advocates for the revival of the Bonokyempem council to ensure coordinated growth and development.

It also stresses the significance of preserving the Bono Twi dialect as a tool for regional development.

Additionally, the Bonoman Institute has underscored the need to protect natural resources from exploitation and address regional conflicts.

It urges chiefs to focus on industrialization, enhance agricultural value chains, and tackle security challenges for the overall development of the Bono Regions.

The institute remains committed to working with stakeholders to drive regional development and improve the livelihoods of the people in the Bono Regions.

The Bonoman Institute, known for its dedication to promoting the culture, history, and economic potential of the Bono people, continues to actively engage in issues impacting the development of the Bono Regions.

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