The Bono East regional minister, hon Kofi Amoakohene has assured to investigate and fish out all those involved in the Techiman collation center shooting which claimed two lives.
He said this at the regional coordinating council meeting held at Brokyempin hall in Techiman.
He has called on individuals who have proves about the shooting incident to report them to the Techiman regional police commander for immediate necessary action.
The minister has urged the people in the region to help to fight all forms of crimes by altering the police of any person or group of persons been suspected in their area.
He said the region and the government will team up do whatever necessary to support the families of those who lost their relatives and the nine others been injured.
The minister, hon Kofi Amoakohene pleaded with the people in the regional to bury their differences.
The minister asked for one-minute silence in honor of the two lost.
On developmental projects, he said the Bono East regional coordinating council 3 storey building has reached about 70 percent complete. He said there are several other accommodation projects which will be completed before June 2021.
He said the government has chalked successes on road construction to help in transporting.
Hon Kofi Amoakohene said the completion of the recycling plant in Techiman would help to stop the growth of refuse dumps in the region. He said the recycling will create over 75 direct and 250 indirect jobs.
In another development, the Techiman circuit court judge, His honor, Alexander Graham at the occasion sworn in the Bono East regional coordinating council members into office.