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Work on Swedru Akora River drainage project stalls

Construction work on the 2.4-kilometre Swedru Akora River drainage project has stalled for the past two years, apparently as a result of lack of funds.

Las Adventuras Company Limited, the construction company working on the project, abandoned the site in 2016 and has since not returned to the project site to complete the project which is intended to address the perennial flooding at Agona Swedru.

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Patapaa To Unearth Music Talents In Agona Swedru

Agona Swedru based Artist, Patapeezy is set to organise a monthly musical concert in Agona Swedru in the Central Region dubbed “Agona to the World”. The concert is aimed at unearthing musical talents in the municipality.

The musical concert in collaboration with Golden Star FM, would be held at the first Saturday of every month, beginning August 4, 2018 and would give authentic, talented and potential singers and rappers, a platform to exhibit their talents and readiness for the music industry.

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Ex-members of Agona West Assembly demand balance of ex-gratia

Eleven ex-members of the Agona West Municipal Assembly have appealed to the Minister of Local Government and Rural Development to intervene for the payment of their balance of ex-gratia award.

Mr Ankomah Sey, a former Assemblyman and the spokesperson made the appeal when he addressed a news conference organised by the aggrieved ex-members at Agona Swedru in the Central Region.

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Collaboration is needed in providing court buildings

Every day, a number of people find themselves involved in one form of litigation or another. The issue could be a disagreement in a business transaction or some other social issue that needs settlement in a court of law.
To be able to perform to the expectation of the individual and the state, the Judiciary, one of the three arms of government, needs all resources to be able to meet the constant demand for the dispensation of justice, especially in a democratic society.

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Ghana Education Service honours four retired staff at Agona West

Four retired employees of the Ghana Education Service (GES) in the Agona West Municipal Education Office in the Central Region have been honoured for their contribution towards the development of education in the Municipality.

Made up of teaching and non-teaching staff, the retirees were presented with citations and parcels in recognition of their service.

They are Mr Kwodwo F. Ansong, Internal Auditor, Ms Dina Akosa Owiredu, Circuit Supervisor, Ms Elizabeth Mensah, Circuit Supervisor and Ms Grace Addo, storekeeper.

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