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The Gyasehene of Gomoa Fetteh, Nana Ekow Enyinda, has appealed to journalists to focus on propagating the good things in Gomoa Fetteh and stop tarnishing the image of the town with unnecessary reports regarding their chieftaincy matters.

He said the media could do the community a great deal of good if they focused their attention more on the development of the area, since that was more important to the growth of the country.

Nana Ekow Enyinda was addressing a press conference on Saturday where he indicated that Gomoa Fetteh needed development and growth hence, the unnecessary hype of the chieftaincy issues would not help, and urged government to come to their aid.

He, however, denied rumors in the media that, Gomoa Fetteh still did not have a legitimate Chief and also cautioned journalists to investigate issues well before coming to the public.                       

According to him, Kingmakers and elders have installed Nana Abor Yamoah who has been on the stool for the past 17years as their chief, and said, “…where he comes from doesn’t matter. We have a chief. It is regrettable to hear people say especially you the media men, that Gomoa Fetteh has no chief. That is false, we have a chief. Look at the unprecedented developmental projects he has brought and continue to bring to this community. He has built a police station, market, clinic and other projects he is undertaking. That is what we need as people, development.”
He also extended a hand to companies which are willing to come to the area with factories that “We are ready to receive them, since that will also bring development and create jobs for our people.”

Meanwhile, the Asafohene of Gomoa Fetteh, Nana Kwesi Quansah popularly known as Kwesi Alhaji, also appealed to the President of National House of Chiefs, Togbe Afede, to stand firm and set up an investigation team to investigate Gomoa Fetteh chieftaincy disputes immediately so that,  peace could prevail in the town.                       

For his part, Nii Bokoboko, who also spoke on behalf of the youth in the town, called on President Nana Akufo-Addo to solve land litigation issues on the Gomoa lands since that had also become a major cause of division in the community, with the emergence of land guards in Gomoa Fetteh.
Source: New Crusading Guide

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