Nana Kofi Adjei the Fourth, chief of the town, said education was their major priority, and that they were prepared to go to all lengths to ensure that the youth in the area had access to reasonable level of education.
The community through self-help and support from the District Assembly, has established a Senior High School (SHS), and eager to add a tertiary institution to it.
Nana Adjei said this when he conducted journalists to inspect development projects being undertaken to bring improvement to the socio-economic conditions of the people.
These include expansion works on a clinic, and the sinking of a borehole, to provide the population with safe drinking water.
Nana Adjei said the water project, estimated to cost GH?68,000, is being jointly funded by the Traditional Council, and an NGO, Sahara.
The Member of Parliament (MP) for the area, Dr. Appiah Kubi, is also supporting the expansion works on the health facility.
The chief complained about the bad and dusty nature of the road linking the area, appealed to government to tackle the road to give some comfort to the people.
He also called on those who have acquired building plots in the area to make sure they developed them, and warned that he would no longer accept the situation where building plots were left undeveloped for years.
He said some of the plots were acquired about five years ago, but there appeared to be no sign that there would be developed anytime soon, and warned that their owners could lose them.