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Gov’t is committed to supporting the Kente Village Project – DCE Assures

The District Chief Executive for the Agortime-Ziope District, Hon. D.D. Dzorkpe, has reinstated government’s commitment towards the establishment of the Agotime Kente Village at Kpetoe.

According to him, it’s the government’s utmost priority to see the very

end of this project since it will benefit the people to a greater level.

“Government is still committed to ensuring the completion of this project. Portions of the proposed ‘1million, 1District’ will be dedicated to the Kente Village”.

“The Minister has assured us of government’s commitment and we’re waiting for it. For us at the Assembly, we are supporting this year’s Agbamevorza with an initial amount of Gh¢ 10000.00,” he added.

The DCE equally added his voice to the issues surrounding the cancellation of last year’s grand durbar of the Agbamevorza, which he said the Assembly will make sure the needed security measures are put in place before, during and after the festival.

“The Agbamevorza has gone beyond the borders of Ghana. We were not too happy about the events of last year. We want people to come and invest in us and the best way of pulling them to us is the Agbamevorza.”

About Abdul-.Iddrisu Faisel

Abdul-Iddrisu Faisel, is a former student of St. Paul's Senior High School in the Volta region. Faisel holds a Diploma in Journalism and Media Studies and currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Governance Studies at the Evangelical Presbyterian University, Ho. Faisel has four years experience in both the broadcast and print media. Faisel is the Reporter for Awake News. Connect with him faisel@awakenewsonline.com

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