The Minister of Accra Metropolitan Assembly, Hon. Henry Kwottey has indicated that this time round, the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives within his metropolis would be tasked to ensure that, the execute their mandate as the representatives of the president in the various Assemblies.
He also recounted on a number of occasions where MMDCE will be appointed and they will fail to work towards the government's agenda and only be sitting in the offices. But this time, he will give all his MMDCEs up to six months to show their competencies in the various Assemblies across the Greater Accra region. He saids anyone who fails to live up to expectations would be sacked for competence ones to be replaced.
These are some of his words, "MMDCEs within the Greater Accra region will be given six months to show their competencies in the offices they occupy otherwise, he or she will face withdrawal". He reiterated that, he's taken these actions to ensure the Policies of the government will be executed to the later.
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