As part of effort to beef up security along the Eastern Corridor enclave, plans are far advanced to construct a military camp at Bimbila in the Nanumba North District of the Northern Region. The Camp, to be sited on a 200 acre land will be one of the largest in the country and will provide security and military support for Municipalities and Districts such asYendi, Wulensi, Kpandai, Damango, Salaga and Kpassah among others.The traditional authorities of the Nanung Kingdom headed by the Regent of Bimbilla, Naa Yakubu Andani, have already released the land to aid the construction and today, high-powered military delegation from the Commandant of the Ghana Armed Forces in Accra were in Bimbilla to pay courtesy call on the Regent and to inspect the land.
The delegation visited the area along with representatives of the South African Construction firm that won the bid to construct the camp and the Regent tasked him to prioritise the selection of local artisans during the course of the project, saying doing so will boost their skills and enhance their means of livelihood. His Royal Highness also assured the contractor and his team of him and the entire kingdom support from the start of the project to the day it will be commissioned for use.
The delegation thanked the chief and his traditional council for making the development of the youth and Nanung a priority.
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