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Kumasi Magazine Workers Demonstrate Against Suame MCE and Other Authorities

 

Garages Zone 12 at the Suame Magazine in the Suame Municipal Assembly of Ashanti have demonstrated against the authority of the Assembly for the continued destruction of their activities on land they operated on many years ago and own by the government.

According to the Garages Zone 12 Chairman, Chairman Issah Zakari, the said land belongs to garages and no one has the ownership right to enter.

He said this is the third time that such an attempt has been made and wants to state it clear that those who are behind the act including the MCE of the Suame Municipal Assembly, Hom. Maxwell Ofosu Kwakye to refrain from the land for peace.

“This time, they came with security personnel and the municipal task force to vandalize the place and destroy properties belonging to our members, carrying away with cars parked for maintenance to the municipality which we were later charged to pay Ghs1000 for each vehicle to the municipal assembly under the watch of the MCE, Mr. Maxwell Ofosu kwakye”, He lamented.

Additionally, the Ashanti Regional Chairman of the Ghana National Association of Garages, Luckman Nuhu Mohammed Appiadu said they are very worried about how the MCE of the area is hiding behind other individuals to create misses in the Suame magazine which serves millions of people including the member of Parliament, Hon. Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu before.

He said over three thousand artisans and their apprentices work on said land for a living which should not be taken for granted.

They are appealing to the government and the Asantehene Otumfour Osei Tutu II to come to their aid to prevent said land from the hands of individual private developers.

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