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President Mills revokes appointment of Abura-Asebu-Kwamankese DCE

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President John Evans Atta Mills has revoked the appointment of Ms Aba Edusah, Abura-Asebu-Kwamankese District Chief Executive (DCE) with immediate effect.
A statement on Monday signed by Mr Joseph Yieleh Chireh, Minister of Local Government and Rural development, said the outgoing DCE was therefore requested to hand over to the Central Regional Minister who would exercise oversight responsibility over the District.
The chiefs and youth from the district last month joined assembly members to demand her dismissal accusing her of being hostile to the people.
A press statement signed by Mr Ekow Abban Quarshie, a youth leader, alleged that since the DCE assumed office, she had displayed very poor working relationship with the personnel of the assembly, executives and members of the ruling National Democratic Congress as well as the traditional authorities.
The statement said series of attempts by assembly members, party executives and well-meaning citizens to persuade her to be more civil in her dealings had failed.

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