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Garu DCE suggests Garu may be developing quickly because people are escaping Bawku conflict

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It appears that quite a substantive number of families and businesses are resettling within the Garu District of the Upper East Region. Other new enterprises have also set their sights on Garu as the place to set roots.

This may stem from the long-drawn conflict in Bawku. In lieu of this, within the past few years, there’s been a mad rush for lands in Garu.

This has created a sudden need for the thorough planning and redevelopment of portions of the district to befit a modern and resilient area.

Osman Musah, the DCE for Garu said this when he spoke on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show.

“There is a need to develop Garu into one of the most modern cities this country has ever had. We are coming up with the outline. Garu is springing up very fast. It is growing too fast, maybe because of the Bawku issues, but the buildings are rather sporadic. They are unplanned.”

“We are looking at Garu becoming one of the modern cities. What we are doing is to begin from vast areas; almost virgin areas that are prone to development.”

Mr. Musa continued to say, “we are planning those areas very well. We have a very good layout for the Agenda 111 area. They are very vast lands. We encourage people to buy land. There is a plan and we would follow the plan.”

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana

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