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MP for Ho West commends Avatime Chief for Visionary Leadership

Hon Emmanuel Kwasi Bedzrah, Member of Parliament (MP) for Ho West has heap  praises on Osie Adza Tekpor VII, the Paramount Chief for Avatime Traditional Area for his visionary leadership that made it possible for the area to experience appreciable development over the years.

He cited the construction of Kpuita – Fume portion of the Ho – Hohoe road, and the provision of classroom infrastructure for Avatime Senior High School by the government of former President Mahama as remarkable projects that were executed since Osie Adzatekpor VII became the Paramount Chief of the area.

The Ho West  lawmaker who is also the Chairman of Volta MPs’ Caucus, made the commendation  at the 2018 grand durbar of the annual Brown Rice Festival (Amufest) of the chiefs and people of Avatime on Saturday, November 10, 2018.

He used the opportunity to reiterate the position of Minority MPs’ on the creation of new administrative regions by the government of President Nana Addo. He assured traditional authorities from the Volta region in particular of the minority’s support as they demand from government a transparent process in its attempt to create a new region out of the Volta region.

This year’s Amufest marked the 10th anniversary since Osie Adza Tekpor VII was enstooled as Paramount Chief. As part of his next 10 years development agenda, a two storey boys dormitory is to be built for Avatime Senior High School. Hon Bedzrah promised 100 bags of cement to ensure early start of the projects.

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