The member of Parliament for Okere constituency minister who doubles as Minister of Local Government, Decentralisation and Rural Development Mr Dan Botwe, yesterday came out with all the names of the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCEs) and some people are not satisfied because they were expecting the government to listen to them from their constituencies. This called for some Demonstration today where the youths who are involved burnt some properties.
Honourable Dan Botwe has come out to condemned the act of what some New Patriotic Party (NPP) youths did and said it is bogus to organize a demonstration because the party looked into many things before appointing these MMDCE's.
What we did was to benefit Ghanaians and the future but not the party because no matter what, those we appointed knows the constituencies more and they are closer to the the people there so that will help to solve issues quick. Let's us embrace whoever has been appointed and trust them. Although some have been changed but it's the best decision we made. Honourable Dan Botwe concluded.
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