The Vice President added “So just as COCOBOD is doing for the Cocoa sector, especially working tremendously at changing the lives of cocoa farmers, the Tree Crop Development Authority will be expected to do same.

“Nana, this area is noted for Coconut. Like any initiative that the Akufo Addo Administration has implemented, we will commit to make this new development authority work for Ghanaians”, he pledged.

Performing a sod cutting ceremony for the Sameye barrier to Jaway Wharf Road, Alhaji Dr Muhamudu Bawamia said government will continue to give meaning to its ‘year of roads’ promise.

“This road is very critical and when put in good shape will contribute significantly to the development of Jomoro and other connecting districts. It is a combination of highways and feeder roads and is under GNPC financing”.

The  Samenye Barrier to Jaway Wharf Road and others under construction is 108.8 km in total.

“When completed, eighty percent of untarred roads in Jomoro would have been done”, the Vice President said.


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