Hon. Benjamin Kessie, the MCE for Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipal Assembly has commissioned a 3-unit classroom block at Mile – 5, a suburb of Nsuaem. The project was funded by the District Assembly’s Common Fund – Response Factor Grant (DACF-RFC).
The MCE commissioned the project when he commenced his community visitations initiative in the fourth quarter on Thursday, 5th October 2023, to Mile 5 and Asuogya communities.
Among his team were the Municipal Coordinating Director, Mr. Ahmed Boffour Haruna, the Presiding Member, Hon. Emmanuel Yamon Gado, Heads of Department, and staff of the Assembly.
Hon. Gado while addressing the community and media explained the concept of the decentralization policy as per the Local Governance Act 2016 (Act 936) and by the 1992 Constitution of the Republic of Ghana.
The chiefs and people took turns to express the challenges affecting their communities including poor road networks, teacher quarters, illegal mining activities, and poor communication service networks, among others.
Hon. Kessie assured them that the Assembly will treat their challenges with urgency, and promised to personally support children who will excel in their 2023/2024 Basic Education Certificate Examination.