A group calling itself Friends of Begoro Abroad (FOBEA) have bemoaned the slow pace of development in their home town, Begoro which is the District Capital of Fanteakwa North in the Eastern Region.
The natives who live abroad said in a statement that the lack of basic amenities in the area coupled with bad road network is apalling and thus called on the government to help fix the challenges in the vicinity.
The group said it managed to raise over 140,000 cedis to renovate the District Hospital in the town but indicated that the government has a role to play to provide schools and portable water for the people.
The group also lamented the pollution of the River Osubin by illegal miners in the area. Fobea also tasked the MP of the area to be concerned about the development of the area by lobbying for projects that will inure to the development of the town.
Below is the statement;