We Are Seeing Development In Accra - Ga Mantse to Akufo-Addo
Ga Mantse, King Tackie Teiko Tsuru II has applauded the impact of policies, programmes and developmental projects too undertaken by the NPP Government in the Greater Accra Region. Delivering a statement on Friday, 22nd October 2021, when President Akufo-Addo paid a courtesy call on him, as part of his working visit to the
Greater Accra Region, the Ga Mantse stated that Your Excellency, we are seeing development in Accra. But we all encourage you to do more. According to him, the Ga State recognizes and appreciates the developmental projects also being undertaken in the Ga State too for example, James Town Fishing Harbour and the Salaga
Market. Pursuant to this, the Chiefs of the Ga State shall collaborate with the President at all times to ensure that Accra also becomes the cleanest city in Africa. In that regard, all the Chiefs in the Ga State also pledge to be ambassadors in promoting the clean Accra Agenda. Cognizant of the fact that, development thrives only in a
peaceful environment, he added that, the Ga Traditional Council pledges to maintain peace within the Ga State and to also resolve all chieftaincy disputes within the shortest possible time to facilitate the development of the Ga State and Ghana too as a whole. The Ga Mantse also commended President Akufo-Addo, for the various
social interventions introduced, especially in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the nomination of the first female Mayor of Accra. He extended appreciation of the Chiefs of the Ga State, for the appointments of Nii Dakutso Otsii I, Member of the Council of State, the Greater Accra Regional Minister, Hon. Henry Quartey;
and Mr. Edwin Obodai Provencal, CEO of BOST, who, he described as competent indigenes of the Ga State. The Ga Mantse was confident too that the newly confirmed Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCEs) will work together with Regional Minister, Local Government Minister and also we the traditional
leaders to the make Accra work again. Nii Tackie Teiko Tsuru II, appealed to the President to assist ongoing efforts to change the name of the region to Ga Dangme Region, to advance the unification and consolidation of Ga Dangme and to increase the teaching of the Ga language in schools in the region.