This was in response to an appeal by the garages association to acquire land for the construction of an industrial village.
Mr. Daddieh said, As a major stakeholder in the area, we are interested in the socio-economic development of the district as well as improve the well being of our people.
The District Chief Executive was speaking at a dialogue session organised by the BUSAC Fund for the Association, Assembly members and land owners on land acquisition and where to build industrial village at Elubo.
The District Assembly is to provide a secured industrial site for the artisans who are dotted along the major highway in the town as almost all automotive workshops are at the road side.
The land owners after series of consultations had agreed to release for lease 30 acres of land for the construction of the industrial village.
Mr. Edward Horis, who spoke for the Landowners, said the initial lease was for five years after which the landowners would start collecting rent.
Mr. Emmanuel Otoo, the Business Development Manager of the Sekondi-Takoradi Chamber of Commerce and Industry, expressed gratitude to the land owners for leasing the land.
He said the land issue was critical to the survival and progress of artisans in the area and appealed to the garages association to use the land for its intended purposes.
Meanwhile, the Ghana Highway Authority had served notices to garages and businesses along the major highway to pull down all structures.