WN/R: Time For Prominent Indigens to Help Communities - Ama Akyiewaa of Winners FM
By Soleyfootball | self meida writer
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Nana Ama Akyiewaa co-host of Winners FM morning show is calling on prominent individuals within the Region to help Communities to lessen burden on government
Winners FM (104.9) morning show co-hosting Nana Ama Akyiewaa has challenged well-to-do individuals within the Western North Region to offer support to the deprived communities within the Region.
In a discussion with fellow co-host Saint on some of the difficulties most Communities within the Region goes through, Nana Ama revealed that it high time for prominent and rich people within the Region to help those communities as government cannot do it alone.
According to her, most of those individuals are seeking to hold major positions within the Region such as MP's and DCE's hence, it is time for them to show their support for the people by helping them, and in term the people would surely believe in them which will make it easier for them to achieve those objectives.
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