Assembly members of Amansie West District in the Ashanti Region, have called on President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to retain the District Chief Executive (DCE) for the area, Nii Larteh Ollenu to sustain development.
According to them, the DCE has initiated several developmental projects in the district since his assumption in the office.
They believe the Amansie West District has witnessed tremendous improvement when the DCE was appointed to lead the district.
“Before his (DCE) assumption, most of the communities had no major hospital and health facilities in the District. We had to travel several miles before we seek proper medical care. Thanks to the DCE and government for giving us our own major hospital to support us. We are indeed grateful”, they said.
Speaking on behalf of the Assembly members, the presiding member for the Assembly Hon Dominic Kwabena Agyei said, the construction of two police station at Ahwerewa and Essuowin has reduced the crime rate in the district.
They added that, the DCE has also ensured an improvement in water supply to about 90% villages in the District.
The immediate past DCE, Nii Larteh Ollenu, said his major interest is to ensure that the needs of the district are provided when he is given another chance to serve.
“His greatest priority is to ensure that he always listen to the needs and wants of his people and always work towards them. I believe he is in to serve his people with his everything”, he said.