Bono East: Prang Chiefs Release 200 Acre Land For Construction Of Their Share Of 88 Hospitals

The Prang Traditional Council in Pru West District in the Bono East Region has released over 200 acre land for construction of one of 88 hospitals promised by President Akufo-Addo for districts and Municipalities in the country.

The president of the council Nana Kwadwo Nyarko III, made this known when he interacted media practioners at Prang.

The chief and his council of elders commended government for the massive projects being undertaken at their traditional area.

According to Nana Nyarko the traditional area has seen massive developmental projects within just three and half years that President Akufo-Addo came to power.

He mentioned for instance the community water supply tank which spoilt and was abandoned since Gold Coast time but has now been completed and currently supplying water to communities making water crisis at the area now gone down.

‘We have also gotten our share of One District, One Factory. The Pru West District Administration block is ongoing, The Planting for Food and Job has also helped farmers within the traditional area.


Again government has started the construction of girls dormitories for Prang SHS to reduce congestion among others.

According to the Paramount chief the construction of regional offices for Bono East feeder roads is on course at Prang, the district capital.

Finally Prang has also been named as one of the towns to benefit from the 88 new hospitals promised by the president.
We are grateful to president Nana Addo for his good works.

We have therefore released over two hundred (200) acres of land for construction of our share.

Nana Nyarko advised youths in the district to support the government in her bid to develop the district. The projects are there for you to see he said to the people at the traditional area.


Source: Kwabena Manu/Peace FM/ Bono East correspondent.





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