Mr Thomas Owusu Ansah, the District Chief Executive (DCE) for Ahafo Ano South-East is appealing to well-meaning natives to join forces to develop the District.
He’s of the view that, with adequate support from natives, the district authorities could develop the District speedily.
The District which was established in March 15, 2018 with Adugyama as it’s District Capital is preparing for its first ever biggest carnival dubbed ” Ahafo Ano South-East District Home Coming Programme” to be held from Friday April 15 to April 17, 2022 at Fawoman, off Kumasi-Sunyani trunk road.
The Programme has the mantra “Developing the Ahafo Ano South-East District Through Self-Help Initiatives”, and it’s anticipated to bring together natives from all the corners of the District who reside in and outside Ghana.
Billed to grace the Programme are distinguished politicians, traditional leaders, Christian leaders, Muslim leaders, sports pundits, legal luminaries, public administrators and other professionals who have the District at heart.
According to the DCE, after a brief but promised to be colourful opening ceremony on the Friday April 15, there will an electoral area base sports competitions and evening entertainment show.
The grand durbar to mark the climax of the event, he said, will be on Saturday April 16.
“The curtain of the Programme will be brought down with a non-denominational thanksgiving service with prominent Men and Women of the Gospel, and gospel musicians in attendance”, he said.
Mr Owusu Ansah told Myvoicenews.com that, funds would be raised on Saturday for execution of proposed Ahafo Ano South-East Nursing and Midwifery Training College, which would be started anytime soon, all things being equal.
Other projects, he noted, the district authorities had aimed to solicit funds for include execution of boarding house facilities for Adugyama and Sabronum Senior Schools, establTechnical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) Centre, and an Education Fund.
He, therefore, further appealed to the individuals, corporate bodies, philanthropists, and well-to-do people who hail from the District to participate in Home Coming Programme and contribute meaningfully to their development agenda.