The Birim North District Assembly, the leadership of Akoase Development Association together with some selected Chiefs from Akoase paid a courtesy call on the District Chief Executive and the Member of Parliament at the Birim North District Assembly to discuss the overall developmental needs of Akoase.
The delegation was led by the Chairman and the Secretary of the Association, Mr. Maxwell Gyamfi Nyantakyi and Hon. George Krobea Asante was received by Hon. Raymond Nana Damptey, DCE, Hon. John Osei Frimpong, MP, the District Coordinating Director, the District Works Engineer and a host of other Assembly staff.
The discussions mainly focused on some important projects such as the construction of two nurses’ quarters, classroom blocks for R/C, Presby and Experimental schools, which are earmarked for Akoase in the Assembly’s 2023 Action Plan. The meeting also discussed the Akoase Mining Project, Akoase town roads, the provision of hydrants and other important projects which need urgent consideration by the Assembly.
The Hon. DCE and the Hon MP, commended the initiative by the leadership of the Association for such a thoughtful visit which is aimed at promoting the development of Akoase. They pledged their full support of ensuring all the challenges mentioned will be treated with the urgency it deserves to help foster the harmonious relationship between the Assembly and the community.
The delegation from Akoase included; Mr. King Kwaku Agyekum, Chief Patron, Nana Kwaku Boateng II, Twafohene, Nana Kwabena Duah I, Dwantoahene, Nana Agyei, Okyeame, Mr. Asare Akwaboah, Vice Chairman of the association, Mr. Seth Twum Akwaboah, Mrs Ellen Agyekum, Mr. Dwamena Yeboah (Modasco), Unit Committee Chairman, Mr. Eric Nyarko Nyantakyi, Unit Committee Secretary, Mr. George Agyekum and Mr. Nketia.
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