I Want to Make Accra Work-Henry Quartey

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Greater Accra Regional Minister, Hon. Henry Quartey

The Greater Accra Regional Minister Hon. Henry Quartey has expressed his commitment to transform Accra and make it work again.

According to him Accra has to work again to prove the good works of President Akufo Addo.

Hon. Henry Quartey disclosed this when he met all 34 MPs made up of NPP and NDC in the region on Accra on Friday (March 26 2021).

The meeting which is the first in it’s kind was aimed at enabling the Regional Minister ascertain at first hand the major challenges facing the various constituencies in the region and mapping out strategy to resolve them

MP for Ablekuma West Hon. Ursula Owusu.

“When the President gave me the appointment he said I want you to make Accra work again…Since then I have had sleepless night and I must make sure Accra works”, he said.

The Minister also disclosed that, prior to meeting the MPs he had already met Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCES) and departmental Heads of the ministry adding that he will continue with the stakeholder engagements which he said will include the GPRTU, other transport unions and other stakeholders.

“That is why I met them. They’ve all shared their views and we will put them together and present it to the President”, the MP for Ayawaso Central emphasized.

MP for Ablekuma North Hon. Sheila Bartels

He also disclosed that the “Let Make Accra Work” will be launched very soon and to be followed by another initiative of the Ministry “Operation Clean your Frontage which he revealed will be launched on 12th April 2021.

The Regional Minister described the engagements as unprecedented and hinted that all traders selling on pavements will be stopped in order to make the “Let make Accra work” a reality.

MP for Krowor Naa.Momo

The MPs on their part, took turns to speak on issues affecting their respective constituencies and also prevailed upon the Regional Minister whom most of the MPs commended for the initiative, to prioritize the issues of sanitation, flooding and traffic jams.

Source: www.truthtvnews.com

Editor: NII AMON 

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