The Kologo Traditional Area in the Upper East Region is at the verge of facing extreme famine this year, according to the Paramount Chief of the area, Clifford Asobayire
Currently, there is no access road to transport farm produce to and from Navrongo for sale. The community is disorganized and schools have now been converted to homes.
The Paramount Chief is, therefore, calling on the government and donor agencies to as a matter of urgency; come to their aid.
Chief Asobayire made the appeal when the Vice President, Alhaji
He said “my community is the food basket of the municipality and should hunger strike the community, the whole municipality will be affected as well”
Chief Asobayire added that “farmers are crying because their farms have been submerged and I know my community will suffer hunger this year”.
The Vice President after donating some items assured the chiefs and his people that government will do its best to redeem them from the situation.