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Release Lands For One District One Factory Project -TNFAD

The Network For Assin Development (TNFAD) is calling on the Traditional and Opinion Leaders  at Assin to release land as matter of urgency  to help the government facilitate the  One District One Factory Project.

Below is the statement from the group

We strongly believe that the  move will  go a long way to create jobs for youth in the area.

 

More so, as as a Network  we are much concern about  issues bothering the youth in the area; especially when it comes to  unemployment.

 

Statistic has shown  that almost 70 to 80 percent of the youth  are unemployed.  The menace has rendered the people  into an  abject poverty in the area.

We are also calling on the three MP’s , DECs and other prominent personalities such as  John Boadu, the Acting General Secretary of NPP, Prof Dominick Fobi and all and   sundry to team up to bring development to Assin land .

 

 It is Obvious that , if care is not taken   a year to come the criminal activities will   be increase in the area . Because of youth unemployment.

 

However, we are also calling on the youth to grab  opportunity the One District One Factory Project  commences  . And also portray positive characters towards  work in order to promote development in the area.

As a Network   we strongly believe that  education is the Key to success.

Therefore we entreat every parent to take advantage the  Free Senior High school initiative.  Since it is a laudable initiative to help our ward’s in the area .

 

We also  sending  a caution to every parent not to regard the Free Senior School Policy as politics .

Therefore any parent who denies his/her  ward of  going to school should be arrested . Since they are infringing on rights  of the children.

Long Live Ghana..

Long Live Network for ASSIN Development.

 

 Convener

Mr  Samuel Kwame Adobah

Daniel Koranteng Kwagyiri|ahotoronline.com|Ghana

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