Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo was treated to various produce from Wadas Village, Purworejo, Central Java, when he returned to visit the village on Sunday (February 13, 2022).
Various kinds of fresh fruit, ranging from pineapple, coconut, banana, to petai were served by Wadas residents to the PDIP politician.
“Alhamdulillah, today we have a friendly relationship with the residents of Wadas Village, Purworejo Regency. I thank you for the kind welcome from the brothers,” said Ganjar on his official Twitter account @ganjarpranowo quoted on Sunday (February 13, 2022).
Ganjar’s visit was welcomed by the residents by providing abundant produce. Ganjar’s photo was welcomed and treated to Wadas’ produce, which was also uploaded to the GEMPADEWA Instagram account.
According to them, the treats from the residents are proof that Wadas Village is prosperous without the need for andesite mining.
“Residents welcome Ganjar Pranowo by providing various kinds of Wadas produce so that they understand that from Wadas’ abundant produce, Wadas residents are already prosperous without mining, showing that the Wadas region is already prosperous without the need for andesite mining which later triggered conflict in the region,” wrote GEMPADEWA. .
Previously, the Governor of Central Java Ganjar Pranowo returned to Wadas Village, Purworejo, Central Java, on Sunday (February 13, 2022). He admitted that he was welcomed and held a dialogue with the residents when he visited.
Ganjar said that he came to Wadas to hear directly the voices of Wadas residents. He also hoped that his dialogue with the residents could find the best solution for the polemic that befell the region.
“God willing, this afternoon and evening dialogue will be my provision in trying to find the best solution for the brothers in Wadas Village,” said Ganjar on his official Twitter account @ganjarpranowo quoted on Monday (February 14, 2022).
Most recently, Ganjar said, discussions with Wadas residents had not yet come to light. He also plans to return to Wadas while staying in the village.
“I believe today’s discussion has not satisfied the ladies and gentlemen of Wadas Village. Likewise, I still want to hear more. So I asked for permission if I would return to Wadas in the near future to stay overnight. Thank God it was allowed,” wrote Ganjar.