KWAHU E: Assembly takes delivery of 31 motor bikes
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Assembly members and government appointees in the Kwahu East District Assembly have taken their turn to benefit from the government’s provision of motor bikes to support local government and the decentralization system in the country.
The move is captured under the “Better Ghana” agenda which is part of implementations by government to retool the operations of the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDA’s) in the development of the various local areas.
In an address delivered by the District Chief Executive for the area, Samuel Asamoah, during an Assembly sitting at Abetifi, it was confirmed that the Assembly has taken delivery of 31 new motor bikes meant to improve the operations of the various Assembly members in the area.
“The bikes are ready for distribution except that members would have to wait a bit for us to complete the insurance and road worthy registration process” he added.
He charged the members to ensure rapid maintenance of the facility to enable it last longer when it finally reaches them.