The Member of Parliament for Atwima Nwabiagya South, Mr Emmanuel Agyei Anhwere is happy assembly members of the Municipality have given their Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), Mr Michael Amoah Awuku the opportunity to serve again.
Mr Amoah Awuku was re-nominated by President Akufo-Addo but failed to obtain the requisite votes to maintain his office, at Special Meeting held last week.
However, on Friday October 1, 2021, the assembly members gave him the nod to lead the Municipal for another term when he obtained 23 votes out of 31, representating 74%.
The meeting to give the MCE a second opportunity to lead the Municipality was attended by some NPP functionaries and leaders in and out side the Municipality but the MP for the area could not be part due to international duties in Dakar, Senegal.
Not to be outdone, Mr Agyei Anhwere had released a message whiles on international dutie to congratulate the MCE on his renewal of mandate.
He expressed appreciation to assemble members and all stakeholders who made sure the MCE was endorsed.
“I will like to urge all of us to rally behind our new MCE to bring the much needed development to our people”, the MP appealed in his statement.
Read the details of Mr Emmanuel Agyei Anhwere’s Congratulatory Message the MCE-elect, Mr Michael Amoah Awuku.
*CONGRATULATIONS TO HONORABLE AMOAH AWUKU MICHAEL*
I wish to express my warmest commendations to all Assembly Members of my beloved constituency for coming together to endorse the President’s nominee for the MCE position, Hon. Michael Amoah Awuku.
I could not be present for the second electoral process because I was on another important assignment representing sub-Saharan African Members of Parliament with the African Parliamentary Network On Illicit Financial Flows And Taxation (APNIFT), in a Tax Justice Network conference in Dakar, Senegal.
I also send my warmest congratulations to Hon. Amoah Awuku for emerging victorious in this difficult contest. I had no doubt that after the initial setback encountered, our Honourable Assembly Members will come back and affirm your nomination. Fortunately for us, they did and we have to be grateful to them for the honour done you. It is incumbent on you now to bring everyone on board in unity to ensure that you deliver on your mandate.
I will like to urge all of us to rally behind our new MCE to bring the much needed development to our people. I encourage all of us to put away whatever differences we may have. Let us burry the hatchet and chart a new path to place our constituency on a higher pedestal.
God bless us all
Thomas Awuah, Nkawie.