KK Sam confirmed as MCE

In a speech after his endorsement, K K Sam promised to work effectively to ensure that the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly develops to its full capacity.

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He had 70 out of the 71 votes cast. This represents 98.6 percent of the ballot cast.

“The NPP outlined some key policy initiatives such as free SHS, 1 district 1 factory, 1 village 1 dam, 1 constituency, $1m. These paradigm movers cover key areas of our lives such as agriculture and employment… My number one job in this position is therefore to see the implementation of those ones that are relevant to this metropolis.”

Outlining some of the immediate policies, Mr. Sam noted that “…I am going to lead the population, the private sector, the security services and civil society groups in a massive cleanup exercise on 4th April 2017. The assembly will plan and exercise a project of de-silting in preparation for the rainy season. We will as a matter of urgency seek funding to repair damaged street lights to ensure people’s safety at night.”

KK Sam replaces Charlotte Otuwa Odum.

Only Metropolitan areas have had their Chief Executives announced. Government has indicated that the announcement of other assemblies will likely happen by the end of March 2017.

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