Amansie West District Holds First Ordinary Meeting For 2021

The Amansie  West District Assembly has held its first Ordinary meeting for the Year at the District Assembly Conference Hall where a report of the executive committee was presented to the Assembly by the DCE.

Amansie West District Holds First Ordinary Meeting For 2021

The Amansie West District Assembly has held its first Ordinary meeting for the Year at the District Assembly Conference Hall where a report of the executive committee was presented to the Assembly by the DCE.

The meeting was presided over by the presiding member Hon. Dominic Kwabena Agyei was also graced by all the Assembly members including the distance chief executive Officer Hon. Nii Larteh Ollenu and the member of Parliament for the constituency Hon George Obeng Takyi. Also in attendance were various heads of department/units and agencies, Traditional Authorities clergy, and staff of the district assembly.

The District Chief Executive Hon. Nii Larteh Ollenu delivering his sessional address touched on various ongoing projects including the construction of Divisional Police Headquarters for the district and the construction of police commanders Bangalore, the construction of 6 unit Classroom block for Antoa-Krom and Koko, etc.

Commenting on the deplorable roads networks in the district, Hon. Ollenu Said most of the roads have already been given to various constructors and construction works are expected to commence in due time.

He pleaded to various assembly members and the constituent to exercise patient as strict measures are in place to ensure that the roads in the district are given a facelift as soon as possible.

Hon. Nii Ollenu reassured members to work feverishly with management to address all concerns raised at the meeting as soon as possible. He solicited member's cooperation to enable him to champion the development goals of the District.

On his part the Hon. Member of Parliament for the Amansie west Constituency Hon. George Obeng Takyi in an interaction with the Media urged the Authorities to concentrate much on that part of the constitution that talks about decentralization and ensure that all part of the country gets equal developmental projects.

The Presiding Member Hon Dominic Kwabena Agyei also expressed concerns over the delay by the government to appoint persons to occupy the metropolitan, Municipal, and District Chief Executive MMDCEs in various local Assemblies across the country.

The outspoken presiding member said certain infrastructural projects needed the attention of the various local Assemblies.

He explained that if the DCEs were at the post the president would have sent the first quarter and second quarter funds for the people to benefit.

In his closing remarks, the presiding Officer thanked the members for their fruitful contribution during the meeting and urged all tasked assignments to work diligently towards the development of the district