Asantehene cautions Akufo-Addo against misleading reports from appointees


President Akufo-Addo has been forewarned by the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, not to follow up on reports from his deputies without autonomous check.


As per the Asantehene, pioneers may be deceived by reliable authorities who just give good criticism.


He accordingly counseled the President to consistently visit key tasks to get to direct data on progress of work.

The Asantehene accepts customary visits to project locales will assist the President with precisely refreshing himself on the condition of progress.

Through such visits, fitting choices will be taken to the advantage of individuals and government.


“It is useful for the President to visit the undertakings himself. In the event that you pay attention to reports from individuals, they will consistently convey the up-sides. In any case, on the off chance that you visit the tasks, you will see the negatives and roll out fundamental improvements”, he said.

The Asantehene anyway needs the President to guarantee improvement in the Ashanti Region by following through on his command.

“Ashanti Region has seen some improvement in your term. We are confiding in you to finish the remarkable ones”, he added.

The remarks by the Asantehene follow a graciousness call by the President as a feature of his visit through the Ashanti Region.

President Nana Akufo-Addo on his part shown government’s obligation to guaranteeing each locale gets something reasonable of the public cake.

“We haven’t had the option to follow through on every one of the guarantees however we are progressing admirably. In the space of streets, there have been gigantic improvement. There were delays at the Boakra inland port however we have discovered arrangements so we will begin soon”, he accentuated.

As a feature of the visit, the President examined progress of work at the Kumasi Airport.

The update of the air terminal to worldwide status is 77% finished and is relied upon to be finished by August one year from now.

Venture Consultant, Nana Ametepe, said the current air terminal structure would be annihilated when the new building is finished.

Become a Sponsor

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *