The Presiding Member for the Effutu Municipal Assembly in Winneba, Captain Eyiah - Acquah have announced their readiness in welcoming Member Countries forming the Economic Community Of the West African State into their land in a Summit that is supposed to take place in this month October.
Winneba is set to host an ECOWAS Summit, a conference that is aimed at boosting the economic empowerment of the Effutu Municipality to help indigenes and the entire Central Region to progress in terms of development, a program spearheaded by the Deputy Majority Leader in Parliament and also the Member of Parliament for the area, Hon Alexander Afenyo-Markin.
Speaking to the media in an ECOWAS float organised ahead of the upcoming summit, the Presiding Member, Captain Eyiah-Acquah bemoaned on their readiness to embracing the whole idea, portraying the cultural values of the Effutu Municipality to the world in the coming days.
Leader of the Organizing Committee, Godwin Kusi Danquah Popularly known in Winneba as Lazio also expressed their gratitude to their Member of Parliament, Hon Alexander Afenyo-Markin for working hard to bring this all in important program to the Winneba township.
He has, however, urged all indigenes of Winneba to try comporting themselves as they host heads of Member Countries of ECOWAS to help serve its purpose.
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