By Adu Koranteng
The Municipal Chief Executive of West Akim in the Eastern Region, Hon. Seth Oduro Boadu has lauded the President Nana Akufo Addo and vice, Dr Muhammadu Bawumia for supporting and facilitating several development projects in the municipality.
He outlined a number of projects the Nana Addo -Bawumia administration has achieved under his leadership since assuming office as the MCE.
Hon. Boadu said the NPP administration implored the electorates to vote them into power for their welfare and economic sustainability as has been manifested in his municipality and not for propaganda.
He noted that since assumption of office, the residents have benefited immensely not only on physical infrastructure but from other interventional engagements.
Hon. Boadu said these during his encounter with the media at the Meet-the-Press series in Asamankese.
In a related development, some market women in the municipality have touted the achievement of the NPP administration under the tenure of Hon. Seth Oduro Boadu and said the achievements could not be overlooked. They therefore expressed appreciation regardless of all the setbacks experienced in the course of his proactive and pragmatic management.
Relatively, the nightmare of residents, commuters and drivers particularly in Asamankese and its municipality has been deciphered following the instrumentality of the MCE Hon. Seth Oduro Boadu of constructing and shaping most of the terrible road network in the central business district and other networks.
The MCE in a statement said road contractors have assiduously started construction works on a number of stretches and would complete them soon.
On one million dollar per constituency the Hon. MCE said the constituency has accessed its share and injected it into a number of projects across the constituency.
In other to achieve President Akufo Addo’s goal on election of the MMDCEs Hon. Boadu has reiterated his persistent commitment in fulfilling the goal, and has thus instituted a five member committee comprising the NPP, NDC and other stakeholders in propagating the message for the upcoming referendum.