Ghana practises a unitary system of government where all powers lies in the central government and it is headed by the president of the state.
Decentralisation of powers takes place when powers are shared to Metropolitan , Municipal and District Assembly to perform some duties at the local level , to facilitated quick and easy development uniformly in the Country.
Nominations of Metropolitan , Municipal and District Chief Executives are finally out to allow Assembly members from various Assemblies to vote for their acceptance or rejection by 2/3 majority votes.
In effect , all Assemblies are to vote on their assigned dates and times given by the Local Government Ministry. All the elections will be conducted by the Electoral commission of Ghana.
The results will be communicated shortly.
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