By Alfred Dogbey
The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Ga-South, Jerry Akwei Thompson, has indicated that no foreigner would come from any country and develop Ghana, but rather, this country can only develop through the citizens positive attitude, and teamwork with our leaders.
The MCE, who took over the onetime controversial assembly in 2012, but ensured unity returned in the administration of the assembly, noted that, every little contribution of any kind by any Ghanaian, is essential in building the country.
Mr. Akwei Thompson, was speaking with journalists at Professor Mills’ Western Bypass Construction site at Kasoa, during a regional tour by the Greater Accra Regional Minister, Nii Laryea Afortey Agbo, to verify the stage of work done and also to inspect commission and cut sod for some projects undertaken by the Assembly.
The Minister who first had different meetings with the staff of the assembly and chiefs as well as traditional leaders under the municipality, warned people to desist from making politics with issues of development in the area.
The MCE later led the Regional Minister, accompanied by the chiefs and queen mother to commission a newly built office complex for Property Address System and Street Naming Department.
The Minister’s entourage, which includes the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament (MP) for the Weija-Gbawe, Rosemond Comfort Abrah, as well MP for Bortianor Ngleshie-Amamfro, Bright Demordzi later inspected the ongoing ultramodern office complex by the assembly.
Later, the team proceeded to visit the newly constructed Mallam Lorry Park after a brief sod-cutting ceremony for Accident Centre facility at the Ga-South District Health Hospital.
Other projects visited by the entourage include; Aplaku Family Fitness Clinic which was commissioned by the Minister, the Langma Senior High School site and finally headed to inspect the Professor Mills’ Western Bypass Construction Project.
Meanwhile, the MCE has assured the regional Minister that the first phase of the assembly’s office complex would be completed and ready by December.