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DCE Nominee For Bole-Bamboi District Hon. Alele Urges All Aspirants To Help Work Together As One

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Hon. Veronica Alele Heming, re-appointed DCE for Bole District in the Savannah Region, has said she would work in close collaboration with other aspirants that also vied for the position of the DCE in the area.

She said teamwork was crucial to the accelerated development of the district and promised to facilitate a cordial relationship among other failed contenders and party faithfuls in the interest of development.

Madam Veronica said this on Monday, September 20, 2021, during an interview with Yagbon radio morning show “Tea cup” at the back of the release of the list of MMDCEs across the country.

She appealed to party supporters and stakeholders, to commit themselves to the development agenda of the assembly and assured them that their grievances would be addressed.

The DCE nominee expressed gratitude to the president for the confidence reposed on her for the second time to continue her development drive for the district.

Dan Botwe, the Minister of Local Government, Decentralisation and Rural Development, on Sunday, September 19, released the list of nominees for the Metropolitan, Municipal, and District Chief Executive (MMDCE) positions.

Out of the 260 nominees, 36 are females whereas 222 are males. In all the 16 regions, males outnumbered female nominees with three regions having no female nominees.

Four Metropolitan Assemblies namely; Tema Metro, Tamale Metro, Accra Metro and Kumasi Metro will have new MCEs.

Cape Coast Metro and Sekondi-Takoradi Metro have their MCEs renominated by the President.

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Bole District DCE Dan Botwe Veronica Alele Heming Yagbon


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