Buranoma residents protest to demand completion of abandoned fisheries college project

Residents of Buranoma, a community in the Central Region of Ghana, have staged a demonstration to demand the completion of the Anomabo Fisheries College project, which has been abandoned for many years.

Led by the newly installed Chief of the community, Nana Essuman Ababio I, the residents marched from the palace to the premises of the college to call on the government and the contractor responsible for the project to complete and operationalize the facility.

The project, which commenced in 2011 during the presidency of John Evans Atta Mills, has stalled for many years despite several promises to get it running.

The community is urging the current government to complete the facility before the end of their tenure.

Nana Essuman Ababio I, in an interview with Metro TV, emphasized the importance of the project for the livelihood of the community and the promotion of economic activities in the Mfantseman municipal.

Some residents also spoke to Metro News, expressing their frustration and disappointment with the government’s failure to complete the project.

By: Isaac Dadzie | Metrotvonline.com | Ghana

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