The Fantiakwa North District Assembly confirmed Kwabena Brako Boateng, a Government Appointee and CEO of KARPET Wright Company Limited/ Bobbs Company Ltd, as the newly appointed Presiding Member after voting three times.
Mr. Brako, speaking to the Assembly after massive endorsement, said “I will unite the Assembly members and speed up our meetings in order to meet activities scheduled to boost the income generation for this Assembly.”
He said, he will ensure to unite both factions in the Assembly for one common goal, equal distribution of projects to all electoral areas. His doors are always opened to each and every one as he brings on board his rich experience in local governance to move the Assembly forward.
Mr Kwabena Brako assured them that, he is going to be fair and transparent in all his dealings in the Assembly and called for their full support.
The Assembly members after voting for 4 times in 23 January, 4 February and 24 February failed to elect a presiding member until 22 October 2020.
Several deliberations were made by the District Chief Executive, Mr. Charles Oware Tweneboah the voting had a deliberation between himself and the Assembly members to see to the need to quickly have a PM to help move the Assembly forward before a consensus could be reached..
The selected member, Mr. Kwabena Brako Boateng won one touch
He had 33 (YES) votes representing 88% and 6 (NO) votes against representing 12%.
The MP for the area Hon. Amankwa Asiama who was engaged in an equally important schedule and was concerned immediately sent his congratulations message to Mr. Brako for winning the pm position. Since, they are all in waiting to get a PM to help embark on developmental projects in the district.
He promised to collaborate with the Assembly to make the district an enviable District.
The DCE for the Assembly, Mr. Charles Oware Tweneboah who has been worried over all attempts failed finally smiled
The DCE, COT expressed gratitude and appealed to the assembly members to bury their differences to speed up the development of the District.
He again entreated the assembly members to put the development of the district first and not political party affiliations