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In Effutu Stop building on Cemetery land - Owusu Ansah

He said the Assembly has arrested labourers who were at the cemetery constructing foundation that has exposed bones and blankets from grave of the dead who are expected to be resting in peace.

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The Effutu Municipal Coordinating Director, Mr Francis Owusu Ansah has expressed concern about the rate at which people were desecrating graves, and building on the cemetery lands.

He therefore appealed to chiefs in the area to stop selling Cemetery and refuse dumps sites to people for development.

Mr Owusu Ansah made the appeal at a public gathering in Winneba.

He said the Assembly has arrested labourers who were at the cemetery constructing foundation that has exposed bones and blankets from grave of the dead who are expected to be resting in peace.

“I would like to plead with Nananom to help us manage the Municipality by desisting from actions that put the Assembly in an embarrassing situation”.

According to the Effutu Municipal Coordinating Director the situation was not different with the sale of land earmarked for refuse dump site at Effutu.

“The rapidity with which lands are sold to private developers who construct without permit is alarming,” he added.

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