Monthly Archives: March 2024


Staff Durbar

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The staff of Nkwanta South Municipal Assembly, on Wednesday, March 20, 2024, participated in a Staff Durbar organized by Management to officially introduce the new Municipal Chief Executive, MCE, of Nkwanta South, Honorable Felix Owusu Gyimah to staff and also discuss pertinent issues relating to the work of the Assembly.

The meeting began with the roll call of staff by the Municipal Coordinating Director, Mr. Frederick Akitty after which he informed staff of the purpose of the meeting.

In his speech, the MCE, Hon. Owusu Gyimah promised to create a conducive working environment for staff. He also appealed to the staff to give their best to bring the needed development to the municipality.

Mr. Akitty took staff through a series of training sessions. The purpose of the training was to update the knowledge of participants on the Service Delivery Standards, Administrative Instructions on MMDAs Organograms and Reporting Relationships.

He also touched on the LI 1961 Local Government Service, the Revised Scheme of Service and the Local Governance Act 2016. The Municipal Coordinating Director, Mr. Frederick Akitty, reiterated the call by the MCE for the Staff to give their best to the work. They should be able to work without supervision. He reminded staff to be punctual to work.  

The Municipal Coordinating Director answered questions from staff and also addressed staff concerns.

Officials from GCB bank were present at the meeting. They spoke to staff about some of their policies and encouraged them to sign up for them.

Story by MIS Team – Daniel M. Ahiatrogah & Emmanuel Sappor


67th Independence Day Celebration

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The Municipal Chief Executive of Nkwanta South, Honorable Felix Owusu Gyimah joined the teachers and students of the pre-tertiary schools in the Nkwanta Township, the chiefs and the people of Nkwanta to mark the 67th Independence Day anniversary celebration under the theme, “Democracy, Our Pride”.

Ghana became the first sub-Saharan African country to gain independence from its colonial masters, Britain. Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, the republic’s first president, proclaimed Ghana’s liberation from colonial rule on the 6th of March 1957.

On the 6th of March every year, there is a march-past of school children and officers from the various security services to commemorate this momentous milestone in the history of the country.

In Nkwanta, the parade of school children and cadets took place at the JSS A School Park.

The MCE, Honorable Gyimah implored the chiefs and people of Nkwanta to embrace peace.