Lack Of Offices Affecting Rent Control Operations - Rent Expert Call Government For Mediation
By CitizenJournalist | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 0 views
A senior Rent Manager in the Atwima NwabiagyaMunicipality in the Ashanti Region, Mr Baffour Awuah Nicholas Atwima has made passionate appeal to the government to open more offices in the various Municipal and District Assemblies to ease public assess to rent issues which creates litigation and court actions that eventually leads to sentence.
According to Mr Baffour, many people travel a distance to gets access to rent control and if government mediates, it would go a long way to ensure efficient and effective rent control system.
The senior Rent Manager revealed this to Nana Akwasi Kyere at Hello Fm through an exclusive interview when he educate the people of Akropong, Adobewura and Mpatuam on Rent issues in Atwima Nwabiagya Municipal Assembly.
He therefore urged the Media and Community Information Centers in various Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies to give slots for Rent sensitisation programs to minimize rent issues in the country.
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