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The chiefs and people of Kwahu Jamasi a community in the Kwahu West Municipality in the Eastern Region has offered to honor the Member of Parliament (MP) for the area, Eric Kwakye Darfour, with the Nkosourhene chieftancy tittle.
This was revealed by the Chief of the community, Nana Tinkoran Kosopire Werentu Ampem II, during a sod cutting ceremony to construct an ultra modern health facility for the community.
“We the Chiefs and people of this Noble community, Kwahu Jamasi, owe you, our Member of Parliament a grate gratitude, you have been the secret behind the rapid development our community has achieved over the years. You heavily supported us during the construction of our community center, information center, you again supported the various churches in this community with a total of 300 bags of cements towards their chapel building projects and many others,” the over whelmed traditional ruler stated.
Nana Tinkoran Kosopire Werentu Ampem II continued that “today you are here again to cut sod for the construction of an ultramodern health facility in this our town to provide us with health care, we don’t know what to say, it is for this reason my self the Chief and elders of Kwahu Jamasi have agreed to honor you with the Nkosuohene chieftancy tittle of the community to express our profound gratitude to you for your selfless service to our community. I pray that you will accept our offer to join hands in building a brighter community for our people.
The Honourable Member of Parliament who doubles as the Eastern Regional Minister Eric Kwakye Darfour accepted the offer but sought permission to consult his family towards his enstoolment.
He said the Health facility which is expected to be in use six months after the sod cutting will have Out Patient Department (OPD), consulting and delivery rooms, male and female washrooms, two bedroom staff Bangalow and a mechanised borehole with electricity.
Mr Kwakye Darfour advised the community to employ adopt a culture that will protect the facility and make it last.
Source: William Dei