Koforidua, March 25, GNA – The All Nations University College Chapter of the Tertiary Education and Institutions Network (TEIN) of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has commended the outgoing Eastern Regional Minister, Ms Helen Ntoso for her good leadership.
A press release jointly signed by the President and the Public Relations Officer, Mr Winfred Tsigbe and Mr Benjamin K. Amankwaa respectively, a copy of which was made available to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) described the Regional Minister as hard working, dedicated, humble and always ready to listen and help everyone.
The group maintained that, the posting of Ms Ntoso to the region was a blessing and urged her to continue with her good leadership qualities at her new place and establish good rapport and relationship with the subordinates.
According to TEIN, the Minister tirelessly and restlessly availed herself to the ordinary people, supervised all to see to it that policies and guidelines were followed to the latter and most importantly, ensured that state funds were put to their best possible use.
The group commended her for the reduction of crime, illegal mining activities (galamsey) and other social vices during her tenure as Regional Minister and the settlement of the over 20 years standing Chieftaincy dispute at the Akwapem area.
TEIN has deemed it fit and appropriate, to as a matter of fact and urgency, motivate leaders who have distinguished themselves and also bring to light those leaders who by their poor performance are contributing to the woes of the country.
The group appealed to the people of the Volta Region to give Ms Ntoso the needed support to continue with her good works.
They also welcomed Mr Julius Debrah, the incoming Regional Minister and urged him to use his rich experience and exploits he acquired in the Greater Accra to develop the Eastern Region.
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