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DESPITE THE HIGH expectations from aggrieved customers of the defunct DKM micro finance and other equally scam companies in the Brong Ahafo Region that President John Mahama will comment on the way forward as to the stages reached so far to reimburse them for their locked up funds, the president on the second day of his three days ‘Accounting To the People Tour’ of the Brong Ahafo Region, have still not said anything about the issue.

On the second day of the tour which took him to Nkoranza where most victims of DKM reside, the president had still not said anything to the surprise of the people.

Rather, the Omanhene of Nkoranza Traditional Area, Okatakyie Agyeman Kudom IV promised the president 95 per cent of the votes of his people come the November General Elections.

In an address to welcome the president to his palace, the Omanhene thanked the president for sending a helicopter to fly him (chief) to hospital to treat him of a sickness; contrary to expectations that he (Omanhene) would raise the issue of his people’s agitation for the refund of their money.

Okatakyie Agyeman Kudom was full of praise for the president for bringing development to Nkoranza saying that since Nkrumah’s regime, no government in the history of this country has brought development projects to Nkoranza as compared with President Mahama.

The Omanhene gave President Mahama a white ram, which he said, signifies victory in the upcoming elections. The chief said those who doubt what President Mahama did for the people of the area should go and check the projects; water, electricity, roads and school buildings.

Replying, the president thanked the Omanhene and his people for the good reception they gave him and especially for giving him a wife who he is taking good care of. This drew applause from people at the palace.

The president later cut a tape to commission a two-storey administration block at Nkoranza Technical High School. He, as usual, urged youngsters who have turned 18 years to go and register when the voters register is opened for limited registration.
Source: Daily Guide

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