We’ll revive Ayum Timber Company at Mim – Nana Addo

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The government is to resuscitate the defunct Ayum Timber Company at Mim in the newly-created Ahafo Region, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo announced on Friday.

He said the Ministry of Trade and Industry had settled modalities and the pressed wood plant area of the Company would begin business generation constantly quarter of 2019.

Tending to the boss and individuals of Mim at a durbar as a component of his three-day working visit to the Bono, Bono East, and Ahafo Regions, President Akufo-Addo said 300 individuals would be locked into work at the compressed wood area.

He addressed political vigilantism and spoke to the general population to help his legislature in its offer to disband such gatherings.

Okofrobour Professor Yaw Agyei II, the Paramount Chief of Mim Traditional Area prior communicated worry over the quick exhaustion of the Ayum woodland because of illicit logging and blundering.

The Chief spoke to the President to make the unequivocal move to ensure the timberland which remained the real wellspring of crude materials to nourish the Company.

Okofrobour Prof. Agyei II told the President that Mim was physical-infrastructural astute creating and extending quickly, saying that had brought about its quick financial development and in this manner mentioned for the production of a different locale for the territory.

He said the boss and individuals of Mim and its environs would perpetually be thankful to President Akufo-Addo and his legislature for the dedication and assurance to breath life into the timber organization to make openings for work for the young in the region.

Okofrobour Prof. Agyei II again offered thanks to President Akufo-Addo for making the Ahafo Region, which he included would push forward improvement in the region and engaged the administration to give the required assets to target to streets at Mim to control disintegration in the township.


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