CLEARANCE OF TWO DUMP SITES

In pursuit of the Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipal Assembly’s goal to enter December with a clean slate, the Environmental Health and Sanitation Unit conducted an evacuation exercise on Sunday, May 26, 2024, in the Zongo and Nzemaline communities. The effort resulted in the removal of two large piles of trash from the two communities, particularly along Nana […]

CLEARING OF REFUSE DISPOSAL SITES IN THE MUNICIPALITY

On Sunday, April 28, 2024, the Municipal Environmental Health Department cleared three refuse dump sites in Tarkwa-Nsuaem. The areas were Tamso (adjacent Mobik filling station), Nkamponase, and Akoon refuse dump sites. According to Mr. Alex Damptey, Municipal Environmental Health Officer, the Assembly has targeted clearing every heaped refuse site in the communities before June. He […]

COMMERCIAL TRANSPORT DRIVERS CAUTIONED AGAINST UNAPPROVED LORRY FARES

Hon. Benjamin Kessie, the Municipal Chief Executive of Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipal Assembly, has cautioned commercial transport drivers against unapproved lorry fares. According to him, until an official communique is issued, no one is permitted to take the new fares. “No one has the right to take the new lorry fare; there’s been an arrangement for an […]

INAUGURATION OF UNIT COMMITTEE MEMBERS

The Tarkwa-Nsuaem newly elected unit committee members have been inaugurated and sworn in at the municipal assembly’s conference hall on Tuesday, March 19, 2024. The 150 unit committee members were sworn in by the magistrate court judge, His Lordship Nsiah Owusu, in a ceremony at the municipal assembly’s conference hall. Addressing the inaugural meeting, the […]

TNMA HERITAGE WEEK 2024

As history depicts, the month of March is very important in Ghana as it marks both the declaration of independence and the foundation of pan-Africanism. It’s a month to reflect on our history, celebrate our cultural diversity, and assess the present to preserve our collective culture for generations. As part of promoting our rich Ghanaian Culture, […]