The Adansi Asokwa District Chief Executive (DCE) Hon. Andrew Adu-Boahen in the Ashanti Region has expressed gratitude to President Akufo-Addo for his reappointment.
The affable DCE is of full of praise to the President for re-nominating him to serve in his second term of office.
Hon. Andrew Adu-Boahen says his reappointment would urge him to work very hard to build a prosperous and progressive district.
He added “Just as I have been since my appointment, I give you my word that I will work very hard to build a prosperous and progressive District for which we yearn” adding “I assure you fellow constituents that I would do my best not to let you down”
Hon Andrew Adu-Boahen promised to work hand in hand with party executives, hon Assembly members, Nananom, the clergy, staff and management of the Assembly all the other stakeholders to build strong and formidable district.
Additionally, Hon. Andrew Adu-Boahen promised to work closely with party executives to help reorganize and rebuild the party at the constituency level.
Hon. Andrew Adu-Boahen on the other hand has hailed his Member of Parliament, Hon. Kobina Tahir Hammond and his party chairman, Kwame Owusu for their unflinching support to him and the district.
He said, with the excellent performance of the incumbent MP, Hon. K. T Harmmond and Party Executives in the Constituency led by Chairman Kwame Owusu, the NPP can confidently boast without shred or iota of doubt that, Adansi Asokwa is an NPP safe seat properly so described.
He called on the people to continue to rally behind him to initiate and implement programmes and projects which would help speed up the development process in the area.
He also called on the assembly members to throw their unflinching support behind him and overwhelmingly endorse him to continue with the good works to promote the socio-economic transformation of the area.
In conclusion, Hon. Adrew Adu-Boahen urged the constituents to be united in order to achieve their set target.
Source: Evans Boateng
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