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I will monitor your work to make sure you deliver – Nana Addo to Savanna Region officials

General News of Sunday, May 19th, 2019

Source: citinewsroom.com


Nana Addo Savannah Region 2 President Akufo-Addo asked people to work hard and keep the region high

President Nana Akufo-Addo said that she will closely monitor the work of Savanna region officials to ensure that they fulfill their mandate in order to achieve the necessary development that the region deserves.

He added that even if staff assigned to the regional capital by the local government ministry is a credible person, he will continue to monitor their work.

"Even if the people chosen to come and be the core of the administration of the new region are good people, I want you to know that I will follow everything they do from my Jubilee House office to Make sure everything goes well. go as planned. "

However, he asked people to work hard and hold the region high.

"It took a long time to create your own region. Now you have it with both hands, work hard and we will support you all, "he said.

President Akufo-Addo made the statement during a six-day visit to the newly created areas of Oti, Northeast and Savannah, in front of Wasipewura Palace in Daboya.

In a speech read on his behalf, Daboya chief Abani Kabasagya Anyame II welcomed Nana Addo's visit and hopes that his friendly gesture will result in accelerated development.

"Our region has been slowly developing since independence. We are confident because we have abundant natural resources that require exploration and development, "he said.

Wasipewura added that he was willing to make land available without litigation for development projects.

President Akufo-Addo will participate tomorrow Sunday at an interdenominational religious service in Damongo, followed by a courtesy visit on the occasion of the lord Lord of the traditional Gonja area, Yagbonwura Tumtumba Boresa I.

He will then carry out an inspection of the site of the Regional Coordination Council; attend a visit of Yapei's leaders and residents to Yapeiwura Palace and inspect the Yapei Water Extension Project in the Yapei Kusawgu constituency.

The president is due to return to Accra later on Sunday 19 May.

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