Ablakwa congratulates North Tongu DCE nominee; pledges to support him


The Member of Parliament for North Tongu in the Volta Region, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has congratulated the newly-nominated District Chief Executive (DCE) for the area, Mr. Osborn Divine Fenu.

Mr. Ablakwa in a post on Twitter pledged to support the nominee to bring development to the people in the area.

“I have this morning called the President’s nominee for DCE of North Tongu, Mr. Osborn Divine Fenu to congratulate him and to convey my very best wishes for the journey ahead.”

“We pledged to relegate partisan differences and work together to improve living conditions of our people.”

 

 

The government released the 2021 MMDCEs list on Sunday, September 19, 2021, after nearly nine months of the new administration.

The Minister for Local Government, Dan Botwe at the minister’s press briefing indicated that the list has been forwarded to the various regional ministers.

The regional ministers are thus expected to contact the Electoral Commission, which will commence processes for assembly elections on the various nominees.

 

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