He made this comment during an interview session with Sylvester Tetteh Angmor on the Trust Morning Show on Friday.
He noted that the Asesewa market has been very prolific in contributing to the food basket in the Eastern Region thus it was mentioned in the Class Three Reader.
The DCE stressed that it was one of his top priorities, noting that Upper Manya's development is dependent on how well funds are generated through taxes and tolls from the various markets in district to augment the District Assembly's Common Fund.
He said there are many people who have only read and heard about the Asesewa market in the classroom and would want to see it in real time.
Meanwhile, the DCE was spotted in the market Friday evening interacting with some drivers and market women.
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