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E.News: The future of Kintampo is doomed untill the youth and the media wakes up, J Black Codegh speaks



Ealier today on one of the hottest facebook pages (Talk Of Kintampo) created for the purpose of talking out the issues that is hindering the development of the municipality, one Mr Abdul Rahman Akanyim Azik Wrote,

I think it Good we discuss Kintampo development here. Especially the municipal hospital services is very poor.”

In response to the submission made, J black codegh, Responded with some vital and concrete dedutions , this is what they wrote, “The municipal hospital is very bad and several other things. From the creative mindset, I would say that, hospitals could be a sub priority if we begin to understand the importance of having a leisure.

What have the authorities done about that in the municipality. We have the waterfalls, and other unique natural reserves here in kintampo, yet the youth in particular surfer. The leaders have failed the youth.

Another issue is the community center, see what has come of it today. It has become a warehouse for fertilizer. So do they want school events to also be held in bars, night clubs, hotels and places that kids are not to be there.

The media fears to talk about things here in the municipality. They always massage the issue because of self interest and fear for favors. Until these things are looked at again, and the media wakes up from its sleep and begin to act as professionals, Kintampo’s future is in a doom.

I cry my eyes out when ever I step outside at night on ordinary days. Underage girls smoking like there is no tomorrow.

The problems of the municipality is beyond hospitals. The leaders must invest in the future of the youth. See the number of musicians in the municipality, yet if you don’t belong to one camp or the other, then your music won’t see airplay. What a shame!!!

I see the youth rising up for massive demonstration very soon. Since that is the only language the authorities and leaders in Ghana understand. ”


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