The Paramount Chief and President of Kwahu Traditional Area, Daasebre Akuamoah Agyapong II has urged the youths in Ghana and especially Afram Plains North and South to desist from the violence that erupts during elections.
The Kwahuhene was addressing a colorful Akwasidae durbar of Chiefs and people of Kwahu at Donkorkrom, the capital of the Kwahu Afram Plains North District said violence only retards development and put financial burdens on families, communities and the country as a whole.
He further charged the indigenes and settlers, to live in peace and harmony and consider themselves as one people with a common goal.
The Kwahuhene and all chiefs from the various wings in Kwahu embarked on a week-long familiarization visit to various towns and villages in the Kwahu Afram Plains.
Among the places visited were; Tease, Maame Krobo, Abomasarefo, Agodeke, Kwae Kɛse, the boundaries between Kwahu, Volta and the Bono regions, the Forifori Camp Prison and selected large scale farms.
At the various durbars, the Kwahuhene urged parents to take advantage of the government’s free Senior High School policy, since education is the surest guarantee to a prosperous future.
He assured the people of Afram plains that, the myriad of concerns raised during his visit shall be addressed to the appropriate authorities.
The visit was climaxed with a traditional council meeting at Tease in the Afram Plains South District where the five MMDCE’s who were all present were tasked to work with Nananom to curtail the increasing bushfires around the Odweanoma mountains and surrounding areas.