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Regional News Wed, 18 Apr 2018

TNMA office complex to be ready in eight months

The Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipal Assembly (TNMA) new administration BLOCK located at Ahwetieso, a suburb of Tarkwa will soon undergo a massive rehabilitation that will see its completion by the close of the year.

An official handing over ceremony took place at the project site on Monday, April 16, 2018. The Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipal Chief Executive, Hon Gilbert Ken Asmah in his remarks urged the Contractor to work tirelessly within the time frame so enhance to ensure that project is executed on time, he bemoaned the limited space and scattered offices at the old Office premises making it makes it very inconvenient for the sanctioning of meetings and other engagements.

Hon Gilbert Asmah reiterated his commitment to ensuring that all uncompleted and abandoned projects by his predecessor shall be completed for the general well being of his constituents, he added.

According to the Tarkwa-Nsuaem MCE, the move is in pursuant to the promise he made in his maiden speech to the good people of Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipality in his acceptance speech after the elections by Assembly members to confirm his candidature by His Excellency Nana Akufo Addo in May 2018. He mentioned categorically that he was going to complete the Assembly administration block which was abandoned in 2015 by the previous administration and true to his word, his leadership has finally awarded the continuation and completion of the project which will accommodate the staff of the Assembly and other agencies in the Municipality.

This project is one of the numerous projects being undertaken by the MCE just less than a year in office and hopes many projects will soon be embarked in the coming months.

The project will also create a direct employment of over two hundred labour force to the unemployed youth in Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipality and about three hundred indirect employment.

The MCE directed the contractor, McJonarks Engineering and Construction Limited to employ its labour force from Ahwetieso and also advised him to use the local content of materials.

The contractor, Mr. Emmanuel Gyamfi was full of praise for the MCE for his efforts in making this project come to reality. He also promised to used the local labour force and materials.
Source: Dominic Blay