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Two drinking spots closed down for noise making

Two drinking spots in the Ashanti Region has been locked down by the Kumasi Meteropolitan Assembly (KMA) for making excessive noise.

Speaking in an interview with the Public Relations Officer (PRO) for KMA , Afia Konadu on Class FM asserted that aside the excessive noise making, there were continuous physical attacks on people around the locations of the spots.

The drinking spots, Motown and Big Soo Pup were closed down by the Environmental Health Officers of the assembly.

Afia Konadu, the Public Relations Officer for the KMA told Class News’ regional correspondent Elisha Adarkwah that apart from She said the police commander for the area invited owners of the spots over the attacks but they refused to honour the invitation.

Ms Konadu said the owners of the spots have also allegedly threatened to kill the assembly member for the area over concerns he raised about their operations.

The spots, she said, will not be allowed to operate until the owners start to abide by the bylaws of the assembly.

Some residents in the neighbourhood after the closure expressed gratitude to the Assembly for the swift action taken on their concerns

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Two drinking spots in the Ashanti Region has been locked down by the Kumasi Meteropolitan Assembly (KMA) for making excessive noise.

Speaking in an interview with the Public Relations Officer (PRO) for KMA , Afia Konadu on Class FM asserted that aside the excessive noise making, there were continuous physical attacks on people around the locations of the spots.

The drinking spots, Motown and Big Soo Pup were closed down by the Environmental Health Officers of the assembly.

Afia Konadu, the Public Relations Officer for the KMA told Class News’ regional correspondent Elisha Adarkwah that apart from She said the police commander for the area invited owners of the spots over the attacks but they refused to honour the invitation.

Ms Konadu said the owners of the spots have also allegedly threatened to kill the assembly member for the area over concerns he raised about their operations.

The spots, she said, will not be allowed to operate until the owners start to abide by the bylaws of the assembly.

Some residents in the neighbourhood after the closure expressed gratitude to the Assembly for the swift action taken on their concerns

 

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