The Chief Of Begoro in the Fanteakwa North Municipality of the Eastern Region of Ghana, cries for developmental projects since the lack of social amenities have been affecting their development.
Daasebre Antwi Awuah IV, in an interview with journalists said, Begoro District is a farming area of the Eastern Region with vast land that can change lives of people, but lacks the requisite social amenities.
According to him, the lack of social amenities that can make their lives better like, hospital, education system, agricultural infrastructure have become their biggest challenge.
He further accused the past reagents of Begoro who were incharge of the administration of neglecting the netizens despite being part of Ghana.
He added that, Begoro has a vast farming land which can be used for commercial and mechanized farming, but needs government’s efforts to help the farmers in the area or the youth to be interested in the venture.
He revealed that, Begoro as a farming community, produces large quantities of maize, Cassava and others to feed the country but is deprived.
He is therefore calling on the government, the MP and the MCE, to as a matter of urgency come to their aid and support these farming communities.
He made this statement when celebrating (*Akwasidae*) at Begoro.
He noted that Begoro lacks a lot of social amenities and infrastructure and notable among them is a hospital. The chief of Begoro Daasebre Antwi Awuah IV, indicated they need updated hospital to improve Healthcare in the area, roads in Begoro, farming communities in the Begoro District are in a deplorable state which hinder the movement of people.
The Chief of Begoro, therefore appealed to the government to consider the people of the area in the sharing of the national cake. He added that, the Nomadic Fulani Herdsmen are also destroying people’s farms. He advised the indigenes especially the youth to desist from actions and behaviors that do not augur well for Begoro and Ghana as a whole.
Amankrado of Begoro Nana Awuah also emphasized on the submissions of Daasebre Antwi Awuah IV and said, he’s the true heir of the throne of Begoro that is the more reason he was able to perform the traditional rites at the inner chamber of the Bosompra shrine.
He further called on all to support the Chief and the elders for the transformation of the traditional enclave.