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Adubinsukese Installs Ernest Narteh Afloe as Development Chief

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Adubinsukese, a community in the Afigya Kwabre South District of the Ashanti Region, has installed Ernest Narteh Afloe as its development chief. The colorful ceremony, which attracted dignitaries from both the Ashanti and Greater Accra Regions, was graced by Nene Obuapong IV, Osafoatse-ngua for Ada Adubiawe Clan of Ada Traditional Area, and Numo Gideon Carlos Ackwerh, Setse of Hwakpo and President of ADASCO Nimeli.

During the ceremony, Nana Akwasi Asiedu I, the chief of Adubinsukese, emphasized the need for unity, peaceful coexistence, and development in the community. He called on the new development chief to lead with humility, hard work, and respect for the people.

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Nana Akwasi Asiedu I also expressed his desire for the Adubinsukese community to receive its fair share of development. He urged the government and philanthropists to support the community in addressing its developmental challenges, such as the lack of secondary, vocational, and technical schools, hospitals, marketplaces, and teachers’ bungalows.

In his acceptance speech, Nana Tatse Narteh Afloe pledged to support Nana Akwasi Asiedu I in achieving his vision for the community. He also appealed to the government and international community to involve traditional leaders in all developmental plans and address the specific needs of the people.

Nana Tatse Narteh Afloe called on parents to prioritize their children’s educational needs and provide adequate support. He also encouraged the sons and daughters of Adubinsukese to contribute in their small ways to make the community more attractive to investors.

The District Chief Executive for Ada East, Hon Sarah Dugbakie Pobee, commended Nana Akwasi Asiedu I for the glorious event and urged everyone to contribute to the development of the Adubinsukese community. The event was a toast of joy for members of the Old Students Association of the Ada Secondary School, whose Vice President was installed as the development chief.

For the most part, the installation of Ernest Narteh Afloe as the development chief of Adubinsukese is a call to action for the government, philanthropists, parents, and members of the community to support the development of the area. The involvement of traditional leaders in developmental plans is also crucial for addressing the specific needs of the people.

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