He emphasized the urgent need for the government to ensure that the planned Construction of a Bridge over the Afram River from Adawso to Ekye-Amanfrom should be implemented in the short term.
On the issue of charcoal production which people in Kwahu Afram Plains refer to as Charcoal Galamsey, the man of God said that it is high time for the government to ensure that the menace of charcoal galamsey should be addressed.
He noted that the government to empower the District Assemblies in the region to protect the the forest range reserves from further depleting of the people to burn charcoal.
According to him, the vast destruction of the farms by cattles should also be addressed by the government through the district assemblies.
"The government has to ensure that the interference of some Chiefs, politicians and security personnels who are supposed to be protectig the poor farmers are the Owners of Cattles, therefore asked that, these in-humane treatments of fellow human must be seized at Kwahu Afram Plains and its adjoining communities," he stressed.
Reverend Matthew Kwasi Gyamfi who doubles as the Bishop of Sunyani Catholic Diocese, talked extensively about the situation that the teachers and nurses are refused accept posting to the Kwahu-Afram Plain Districts.
He indicated that the refusal of the teachers and nurses to accept posting to the district are worrying situations.
"All efforts to retain those posted to the area including the provision of the necessary infrastructure conducive working environment and good incentives must be put in place for the people of Kwahu Afram Plains," he told government.
Articulating on the health infrastructure in the districts, Reverend Matthew Kwasi Gyamfi called on government to fast track the 111 hospital projects at Tease in the Kwahu Afram Plains South.
On the other developmental issues, he appealed to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and Eastern Regional Minister, Mr. Seth Acheampong to, immediately bring back satellite campus of the University of Environment and Sustainable Development to Donkorkrom, adding that the Donkokrom deserves location of the campus.
The man of God expressed dismay at the relocation of the Donkorkrom campus of the University of Environment and Sustainable Development to Bunso in the Akyem area.
Additionally, residents in Donkorkrom including the The Member of Parliament for Afram Plains North, Betty Krosby- Mensah also backed the call of the man God to bring back the campus of university to Donkorkrom and described the relocation as a discrimination against the people of Donkorkrom according to the 1992 constitution citing a possible involvement of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in the deal.
‘’The action of the Minister of Education is an act of discrimination against us for which the constitution clearly frowns upon by article 17 (2) of the 1992 Constitution.
"We are tempted to state that the president of this country, His Excellency, Nana Addo Dankwa AkufoAddo is involved in the relocation of the proposed Donkorkrom campus of the University to the president’s hometown in Akyem and thereby discriminating against us in favour of the people of his hometown’’ they explained.