Removal Of DCE Will Not Solve Our Problems – Chief

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Delali Kukey
Delali Kukey
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Chief of Kokofu Anyinase in the Ashanti Region, Nana Oduro Appiah-Kubi has called on the Traditional Council of Dadease to be calm because they are putting measures in place to resolve any misunderstanding in the area.

I have worked with the DCE in the area for some time now and i can boldly say the DCE is humble and hard-working.

‘’ The DCE I know is a hard-working and very humble person and is doing everything possible to bring development into the community, I understand the people are worried about the lack of amenities in the community.

In an interview on ‘’Accra-based Kingdom Fm Anopa Nkomo’’ with Okogyeabour Ocran, noted that the DCE is doing his possible best to bring development in the area, such as classrooms, hospitals, roads, and potable water among others to the people.

‘’ Projects are not done empty-handed, every project requires money, and as we speak there’s no fund to start any project in the community and the DCE has not been giving any capital to start projects, so I think the people should exercise patience and give him some time’’ he explains.

This comes after, the Traditional Council of Dadease consisting of 68 communities yesterday held a press conference to petition the president of the republic, Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffu Addo, to remove his incompetent and disrespectful District chief Executive officer, Yaw Danso with immediate effect.

They ended up pouring libation in calling the ancestors to deal with whoever will decide to take any amount of money from the DCE to intervene will face the wrath of the ancestors.

Chief of Kokofu Anyinase, speaking noted that he has no idea of what is happening in the community because he knows the DCE is a very calm and a good person

He, therefore, called on the Traditional Council of Dadease and the people to not jump to a conclusion by calling on the removal of their DCE but wait until he put things together for the betterment of their community.


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