Govt can’t fix challenges in 2 yrs–Okyenhene pleads with citizenry

The Overload of the Akyem Abuakwa traditional area in the Eastern Region, Okyenhene Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panin, has pleaded with the citizenry to be patient and tolerant with the government as it fixes the challenges of the country.

“For any nation to develop, it largely depends on the government’s policies and programmes as the Akufo-Addo-led administration has many good policies and programmes which I patiently believe the president will fulfil,” he assured.

According to the Okyenhene, Rome was not built in a day and President Nana Akufo-Addo and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) cannot fix all protracted challenges of the country within two years in power,and needed some time to fulfill them and the citizenry should be patient and tolerant as the government ameliorate the plight of the citizenry.

Osagyefo Amoatia Panin pleaded after Kwabena Panyin Nkansah, the District Chief Executive for Atiwa East in the Eastern Region, appealed to him to lobby for the fixing of the deplorable roads in the area, having assured the gathering that the current hardships would soon be over.

“It is disheartening commuting on some of these poor roads but nobody should believe that these challenges which have lasted for 60 years can be fixed within two years, it is important to be patient and tolerant for the current government to gradually fulfill its promises,” the Okyenhene pointed out at a durbar of chiefs and subjects of Gyaase Division of his traditional area held at Akyem Kwabeng in the Eastern Region as part of his royal tour of 16 communities.

“The fundamental stimuli of every developed country is access to quality education and I am hopeful the free Senior High School policy introduced by the government will be the game-changer of the nation’s growth and development for parents to take advantage of the policy to educate their children.

“I admonish beneficiary students to learn hard and take advantage of the availability of internet services to acquire knowledge and skills that will add value to their personal progress and development instead of using it for immoral activities such as watching of pornographic materials,” the Okyenhene stressed..

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