Don’t use presidency to enrich yourself – Fetteh Chief tells President

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A traditional chief wears Kente cloth and gold ornate jewellery on his body at celebrations to mark the 10th anniversary of the enstoolment of the Asantehene Otumfuo Nana Osei Tutu II in Kumasi.

A traditional chief wears Kente cloth and gold ornate jewellery on his body at celebrations to mark the 10th anniversary of the enstoolment of the Asantehene Otumfuo Nana Osei Tutu II in Kumasi.

The Chief of Gomoa Fetteh in the central region Nana Abore Yamoah II, has caution politicians especially the presidency not to use their powers to enrich themselves but rather focus on developmental project including job creation to help kick away poverty.

According to him, politicians including the President must listen to the cry of the masses since most of them are unemployed.

Speaking at this year’s Ahobaa Kese Festival Celebration, Nana Abore Yamoah appealed to the youth not to allow themselves to be used as weapons of violence and destruction as the country gird its loins for the December polls.

He said the youth should rather use their exuberance to explain the policies and programmes of the various political parties to the electorate to enable them to make informed decisions during the elections.

Nana Yamaoh observed that as unemployment took its toll on young people, there were signs on the wall that if their energy was not tapped into productive ventures, it could become instruments of trouble in the hands of unscrupulous politicians in the run-up to the elections.

According him, religion was a means God gave to humans to give expression to His goodness, but, unfortunately, because of human weaknesses, religion itself had given rise to strife.

“We want to indicate to our young people that our sense of religion enjoins us to respect life and the sanctity of human blood and also acknowledge our common humanity and all that relates to it.

Nana Yamoah also called on the president to come and fulfils his promise to the fisher folks.

Meanwhile the safohen of Gomoa Fetteh Nana Kwesi Quansah also urge the youth and the town folks to vote on issue base come December elections.

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