The Kwabenya Traditional Council in the Greater Accra Region, has called on the general public to disregards recent corruption allegations levelled against the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of the Ga East Municipal Assembly, Janet Tulasi Mensah.
The indicated that the all the recent allegations against the hardworking MCE that she was corrupt and arrogant were false and should not be treated with the contempt it deserves by the general public.
Circulating in sections of the media are allegations that the MCE was arrogant and has also solely been collecting monies made at the newly constructed Kwabenya-Atomic Market for herself.
Speaking in an interview with this paper however, the spokesperson of the Kwabenya Traditional Council, Nii Mensah Dzanyogo I, indicated that the MCE has no hands in the monetary situation at the Kwabenya Atomic market and the Toilet Facility, contrary to what a recent report suggested.
Nii Dzanyogo I, who is also the Paramount Chief of Kwabenya-Musuku, stated that the newly constructed Ultra-modern Market and the Toilet Facility was not solely owned by the MCE but rather for the chiefs and people of the market and the area as a whole.
He indicated that the reappointment of Mrs. Mensah would help her further her unfinished works towards the development of the area.
“We shall withdraw our supports for any other person that would be appointed by President Akufo Addo for the position apart from Mrs. Mensah” he indicated.
The outspoken traditional leader noted the MCE is a visionary and a dynamic leader the area could ever boast of.
Nii Dzanyogo I further noted the area has witnessed massive developmental projects under the able leadership of the MCE.
“We are not just talking about the goodness of Mrs. Mensah, but we can support our argument with evidences of the numerous achievements made by our hardworking MCE within her short period of term of office,” Nii Dzanyogo I noted.
The Assembly, the Chief disclosed, has witnessed massive infrastructural development, adding that Mrs. Mensah has worked to ensure that the municipality got its share of the national cake.