CONSTRUCTION OF 1No 2-UNIT CLASSROOM BLOCK AT ISRAEL – COMPLETED

PROJECT DETAILS PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Construction of 1No 2-Unit Classroom Block, Office and Store with 1No, 4 Seater Enviro Loo Toilet Facility and a Bath with Land Scaping at Israel FUNDING SOURCE: Minerals Development Fund (MDF) CONTRACTOR: Adax Company Limited CONTRACT SUM: GH¢328,721.58     Related Images:

HON. BENJAMIN KESSIE ACKNOWLEDGES ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CLUB FOR THEIR BENEVOLENCE

Hon. Benjamin Kessie, Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipal Chief Executive has acknowledged Rotary International Club, Tarkwa branch for donating a Photo Therapy Machine (Jaundice machine) to the Municipal Hospital.   According to the president of the club, Mr. Desmond McClain Arthur, the machine is to support child health in the Municipality, especially babies who are affected by Jaundice. […]

HON. BENJAMIN KESSIE CONDEMNS THE ACTION OF SUBRISU COMMUNITY AGAINST GOLDEN STAR MINING RESOURCES COMPANY

Hon. Benjamin Kessie, Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipal Chief Executive has condemned the action of Subrisu (a sub-community at Benso) community members against Golden Star Mining Resources Company, during his visit with a team of security personnel on Monday, 20th March 2023. He inspected the scenes while he sympathized with the company and urged them to cooperate with […]

CONSTRUCTION OF 1No 3 UNIT CLASSROOM BLOCK AT NSUAEM MILE 5 – ONGOING

PROJECT DETAILS PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Construction of 1No 3Unit Classroom Block, Office, Store, Computer Room, 1No 6-Seater Enviro Loo Toilet Facility and a 2-Bay Urinal with Land Scaping FUNDING SOURCE: District Assembly Common Fund Responsive Factor Grants(DACF-RFG) CONTRACTOR: M/S G.Ayiem Construction Limited CONTRACT SUM: GH¢400000.00 Related Images:

YOUTH SYMPOSIUM HELD IN THE TARKWA-NSUAEM MUNICIPALITY.

Youth symposium has been held in the Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipality to deepen democracy through accountable governance. It was organized on Friday, 27th January 2023 at the Catholic Parish Hall to create a platform for the Municipal Chief Executive, Hon. Benjamin Kessie to explain the state of government development to the people, particularly the Youth as critical […]

END OF YEAR MESSAGE BY HON. BENJAMIN KESSIE MUNICIPAL CHIEF EXECUTIVE

We have come to that season of the year where we celebrate our successes, reflect on our challenges, and forecast our desired future. There is a saying that one finger cannot pick-up a stone. This witty saying conveys why my expression of gratitude to the leadership and key stakeholders   of our great Municipality is vitally […]