News Koforidua Aboabo Chief Fights MCE …Over Boundary Demarcation By admin Posted on May 29, 2020 2 min read 0 0 25 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) Officer of New Juaben South in the Eastern Region, Ike Apaw Gyasi, has been accused by the chief of the Koforidua-Aboabo in the Yilo Krobo Traditional Area, Nene Mami Teye Ademan II for taking the law into his own hands over a land boundary in the area. The MCE, according to the Chief has failed to adhere to directives from the Eastern Regional Minister and rather went to show his power over a boundary dispute between the Koforidua-Aboabo Aboabo Traditional Area and the Koforidua- Ada Traditional Area. Nene Ademan hinted that the MCE who came to inherit the case failed to use his position to address the situation and instead threw his weight behind the Ada Chief to fight them. He advised the MCE execute his role rather than creating confusion among peaceful people in the area. He informed that their fore father acquired the land in the late 1880 year and could not understand by they be fought over it. “We inherited the property and they therefore need to protect it for our future leaders” the Chief stated. He declared their readiness to fight for their property with the last drop of their blood if the MCE continue abandoned his responsibility but rather fuel concussions. Meanwhile, all efforts to get the side of the MCE proves futile.