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Oguaamanhen Demands Apology From Daily Guide

President of the Oguaa Traditional Council, Osabarima Kwesi Atta II

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The President of the Oguaa Traditional Council, Osabarima Kwesi Atta II has demanded an unequivocal apology and retraction of a story carried in a newspaper on Monday purporting him as saying Cape Coast has no land to support government’s much touted One-District-One-Factory Project.

The Monday edition of the Daily Guide Newspaper carried a story which said the Oguaamanhen in a speech at the climax of this year’s Fetu Afahye had stated that since most lands within the area had been used for institutional establishments, government’s one district one factory could not be supported in Cape Coast.

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Addressing the press at the Emintsimadze Palace in Cape Coast on Tuesday, Osabarima Kwesi Atta said he was demanding an apology and a retraction of the story. He said if his demands are not met, he would initiate a legal suit against the reporter of the story and the newspaper.

He cautioned journalists present to report facts in their stories and avoid unfounded allegations which put the credibility of people into disrepute just to sell their papers.

Source: Martina Gyanoa Korsah / ATL FM NEWS

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