Nana Opoku Agyemang, the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Kwabre East in the Ashanti Region has lauded Ghanaian citizenry for demonstrating Nationalism and Patriotism for the historic milestone since the country’s independence irrespective of one’s political, tribal and religious differences.
Speaking at the 6th independence day celebration, he urged Ghanaians to put Ghana first at all time in helping the total socio-economic growth of the country, says its time for us as Ghanaians people to raise against individualism, party party politics tribal and religious differences to uphold the the values that always brings us under one umbrella as a united people and unique in Africa.
According to him, the independence day is aimed to commemorate those sacrifice for the sovereignty of the nation with common purpose and destiny with a beautiful culture.
He disclosed that, it’s a day of reflection of our history in a milestone and expressed worry over the suspension of the day for the past two years because of the coronavirus pandemic that affected the country and has severely affected the world economy including Ghana and the lost of lives.
The MCE pleaded with Ghanaians to accept the E-levy, for it’s a wake up call for all the citizens to contribute in their own small way in the development of the country as citizens, adding that as we work together, we can build a united nation.
He reminded students especially those in the Junior High Schools of the government’s Tertiary scholarships for all SHS students provided one has qualified or pass their WASSCE, and entreated those in the basic schools to take advantage of the Free Senior High School (FSHS) and pass well to enable them being part of the beneficiaries.
He charged parents to pay much attention to their wards education to help them achieve their educational goals.
Mr Opoku Agyemang assure the electorates of the government’s determination to improve the road networks in the municipality as preparation were on the road map to ensure that very soon the residents would have some sigh of relief in terms of the bad nature of the roads.