Adaklu DCE urged to create equal opportunities
The District Chief Executive, Mr Emmanuel Ganaku, is the second person to be nominated by the President for the Adaklu District Assembly, which was carved from the former Adaklu -Anyigbe District Assembly in the Volta Region.
The district assembly had earlier rejected an educationist who was appointed by the President.
A congratulatory message signed by the chairman of the association, Mr Christian Wedanu, to the new DCE stated that the members were ever ready to extend their support to uplift the standard of living in the area.
‘We the rank and file of Adaklu Namianyo wishes to express our bundle of joy for your appointment by His Excellency President John Dramani Mahama and subsequent confirmation by your colleague assembly members as the first District Chief Executive of Adaklu District Assembly,’ the message stated.
The message was emphatic that it did not doubt the ability of the DCE to unite the people of Adaklu no matter the political affiliations, and appealed to him to use his office to promote peace, togetherness, harmony and cohesion to foster sustainable partnership among the people.
This, it stated, would help in the discharge of his duties and responsibilities to enable him to achieve his goals as a chief executive and those of the government, adding that the association would partner his office in the development of the people.
It will be recalled that assembly members from the Adaklu Traditional Area passively patronised or boycotted the Adaklu-Anyigbe District following a dispute over the location of the district capital at Agotime-Kpetoe and Adaklu-Waya.
It is a deprived area of the Volta Region because all roads leading to the district capital at Adaklu-Waya are untarred.
By Tim Dzamboe/Daily Graphic/Ghana
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