The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Asokwa, Chief Akwannuasa Gyimah says the Assembly has devised a strategy to evenly spread projects in the municipality.
Speaking to the Ghanaian Observer Newspaper on Tuesday, the MCE stated that the idea is to ensure every electoral area in Asokwa gets a fair share of development.
Chief Akwannuasa noted that the people of Asokwa needed the kind of development befitting it as a municipality.
This desire, he stressed motivates the Assembly to work extra hard to design projects for the municipality.
‘’The Asokwa Municipal Assembly is daily devising ways and means to carry out development projects such as mechanized bore holes, clinics, bridges, roads and school infrastructure in the communities of Asokwa. This to ensure the people within the area have basic amenities to make their lives comfortable’’, the MCE noted.
The MCE said work on projects like the Asokwa Presbyterian and the Sukuria Islamic Basic Schools are progressing steadily.
Other projects like the bore-hole construction in the electoral areas have been undertaken as part of the second quarter projects earmarked by the Assembly.
Chief Akwannuasa assured all the electoral areas within the municipality to keep faith with the Assembly as the projects earmarked for them would be carried through.
He stressed that no electoral area would be overlooked in terms of the extension development projects in the municipality.
‘’I am determined to lead the Assembly in such a manner that no electoral area will be denied projects or development infrastructure’’, Chief Akwannuasa posited.
The MCE expressed the Assembly’s commitment to work on complaints and suggestions by residents.
The Assembly, the MCE noted rely on the views and opinions of people to aid it in its decision making process.
He emphasized that the Assembly is committed to using both internally generated funds (IGF) as well as the District Assembly Common Fund (DACF).
‘’We are working feverishly to attend to all complaints and suggestions forwarded to the Assembly by residents as well as our development partners’’, the Asokwa MCE mentioned.
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