The chiefs and people of Nyanyano in the Central Region, have appealed to President John Mahama, to provide the area with a police station and a patrol vehicle, to enable the officers carry out their duties more effectively.
They have also appealed for the rehabilitation of the deplorable state of the roads from Kasoa to Nyanyano township, as early as possible, to help bring some relief to the people.
According to the people, they have a lot of challenges as a people, such as irregular supply of water in the area, and urged that the problem be fixed to bring relief to the people.
Speaking on behalf of the chiefs in an interview with The Ghanaian Times, here, at a meeting Mr. Emmanuel Augustine Awotse Sagoe, secretary to the chief in the area, Nana Wiabo IV, said the current eight bedroom police station was put up in the early 70s from their own resources to assist government provide security, and ever since, the structure has seen no renovation.
He said, the community provided all the logistics including furniture for the smooth operation of the police station.
Mrs Sagoe expressed the people’s appreciation to government for upgrading the police station to a district status and appealed to more resources for the command.
On the roads, he lamented the deplorable state of the roads from Kasoa to the Nyanyano township and pleaded that it begins the needed attention.
From Daniel Amoo, Nyanyano