Form associations to support Assembly’s efforts in development – MCE


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By Alex Ofori Agyekum, GNA

Kuntunse (G/A),
Aug. 20, GNA – Mr Clement Nii Lamptey Wilkinson, the Ga West Municipal Chief
Executive has urged the people in the area to form associations to support the
Assembly in initiating development projects.

He said the associations
could also help in fighting criminal activities by undertaking and forming
watchdog committees.

Mr Wilkinson
was speaking in an interview with the Ghana News Agency after a Town Hall
Meeting organised by the Assembly at Kuntunse, near Amasaman in the Ga West
Municipality of the Greater Accra Region.

The meeting
engaged community members on the challenges of the Assembly and the way
forward.

He said there
were 99 public schools in the area, but could not meet the student population
and that the Assembly was putting measures in place to restructure the
six-classroom blocks into three-storey 24-unit classrooms to create more land
space for additional school projects.

The MCE said
the Assembly provided social amenities such as; affordable household latrines,
boreholes, and potable water, teachers’ bungalows, and CHPS compound to improve
the living condition of the people.

Mr Wilkinson
gave the assurance that roads in the communities of the municipality would soon
be regravelled by the government.

Madam Selina
Avevor, the Assembly Member for Kuntunse Electoral Area commended the Assembly
for the provision of streetlights, which helped to improve security in the area
and pleaded with the MCE to continue with the good works.

GNA


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