I will help Nana Addo to fulfill campaign promises- Sekyere East DCE

    /    May 8, 2017   /     Ashanti, NewsBreak  /    0 Comments  /    170 Views

Chief Executive for the Sekyere East District Assembly has pledged to work hard to ensure the flagship policies and programmes of the New Party Party’s led administration are achieved.

Mary Boatemaa Marfo who was among the ten Chief Executives sworn in by the Ashanti Regional Minister to head their various Municipal and District Assemblies, is optimistic that policies outlined by the Nana Akufo-Addo led administration will help transform the country’s economy.

Mrs. Marfo indicated that her district is bedeviled with challenges such as poor road networks, falling standards of education, inadequate logistics for the health facilities in the area- situations she lamented were affecting the social and economic lives of the people.

The DCE said it was worrying for residents living in the District capital (Effiduase) because the roads in the town were all in deplorable state.

She attributed the decline in Agriculture to the poor road network in the area since farmers were unable to cart their farm produce to the market.

“Since the President says he was ready to work for the country and my Member of Parliament has also pledged same, I would have to ensure that stringent measures are put in place to bring enough development to the District which will go a long way to benefit the people in the area”.

She has also pledged her commitment to empower women in the area with start-up capital to help support and sustain their businesses.

She called on all residents and constituents within the Sekyere East District to rally behind her since the development of the area was a concerted effort.

Madam Boatemaa Marfo has also indicated her relentless commitment to work assiduously to support Government’s key programmes and policies that will go a long way to benefit not only the people of her District, but also Ghanaians as a whole.

Source: Hafiz Tijani/Kapital971.com

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