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ASUNAFO N: Assembly ready to complete abandoned police post

Alhaji Mohammed Kwaku Doku, Asunafo North Municipal Chief Executive, has emphasized the Assemblys commitment and readiness to facilitate the completion of a police post project at Fawohoyeden, a cocoa-growing community in the municipality.


Date Created : 5/7/2014 10:57:15 AM : Story Author : GhanaDistrict.Com

Alhaji Mohammed Kwaku Doku, Asunafo North Municipal Chief Executive, has emphasized the Assemblys commitment and readiness to facilitate the completion of a police post project at Fawohoyeden, a cocoa-growing community in the municipality.

He commended the chiefs and people of the community for initiating the project,and asked other communities to emulate and thread such a path for the rapid socio-economic development of the municipality.

Alhaji Doku gave the assurance when he interacted with a team of Journalists from the Ghana News Agency (GNA) at Goaso, who were in the area to officially introduce to the Chief Executive the agency’s media auditing and tracking of development project at the district and community levels, being funded by STAR-Ghana to improve public accountability by duty bearers to the people.

The GNA media tracking team assigned to the Asunafo Municipality, uncovered theuncompleted police post project started by the community in 2007 at the estimated cost of  GH¢ 65,000.

Alhaji Doku called on the people to channel their problems through their respective assembly members so that such problems would be captured in the assemblys development plans.

He emphasized that the assembly members represented the people at the assembly level and the communities ought to ensure regular interaction with them in identifying their immediate needs.

Alhaji Doku advised the Fawohoyeden community to officially write to the Municipal Security Council so that police personnel would be posted to the community immediately the project is completed.

He said the Star Ghana-GNA media tracking project was very laudable, as it would help the assembly to identify some of the needs of the people and also facilitate development processes.

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