CIVIL SERVANTS CHARGED TO AVOID PARTISAN POLITICS IN THEIR ENDEAVOURS
The Upper Regional Minister, Alhassan Sulemana has reiterated his optimism to ensure that the Upper West Region gets its fair share of development. The minister gave assurance at a meeting with the staff of the Upper West Regional Coordinating Council in on 28th February,2017.
Mr. Alhassan noted that the region is a cosmopolitan one stressing the need to galvanise everybody on board for its success. He called for unflinching support from the staff to make sure that programs and policies of the central government are implemented and realised. He entreated the staff to put politics aside and be guided by the core values of their work. The Regional Minister admitted that all cannot be sympathisers to one political party but should make sure that their affiliations do not affect their work. For his part, the acting Regional Coordinating Director of the RCC, Agyie Kingsley Boahene assured the minister of the staff’s support to deliver on his mandate and to realise his vision for the region.
Earlier in the day, the regional minister paid a courtesy call on the overlord of the Wala traditional area to formally introduce himself to the Wa Naa and his elders and to ask for their blessings in his new office.
He presented cartons of assorted drinks and an undisclosed amount of money.
He was accompanied by some officers of the Regional Coordinating Council, some heads of the security services the Regional chairman of the ruling N.P.P government, Alhaji Short, and the regional party secretary Hafiz Bin Salih.
SOURCE: JULIUS DUDIMAH