MZ RENOMINATED AND CONFIRMED WITH 100% VOTES
Mr. Aminu Mohammed Zakaria (MZ) receives 100 percent votes after having been nominated by the President His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for the second time to be the MCE of Ayawaso Municipal Assembly.
He was given an overwhelming endorsement to continue working as the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for the Ayawaso North Municipality by all the Eighteen (18) Assembly members in an election conducted by the Municipal Assembly Electoral Commission (EC).
AYAWASO NORTH GOES GREEN
On the 14th of October, 2021, Staff of Ghana Forestry Commission joined Staff of the Agric Department of Ayawaso North Municipal Assembly to go round the municipality and monitor the growth of seedlings planted during the Green Ghana day project. Some of the places visited are the premises of the Maamobi General Hospital, the new office block, Market area and some selected places in the community. Officials encouraged opinion leaders to assist in the monitoring of the seedling. Assembly members were asked to see to it that the trees are not destroyed.
At the Ayebeng Cluster of Schools, the Director of Agric tasked the teachers to over see the development of the seedlings and make sure the children take very good care of the trees. The Circuit Supervisor (CS) in his statement said they will find a way of rewarding staff and children who are able to care very well for the plants they care for.
ASPHALTING OF ROADS IN THE MUNICIPALITY
The Ministry of Roads and Highways through the Urban Roads has commenced an asphaltic overlay on all deteriorating inner roads within the Municipality.
The Xorse Street, Hospital Drive and the Osu Ashante Street are among the inner roads that received the facelift. The project which started on the 29th day of September, 2021 is expected to be completed by the end of October, 2021.
ANMA TRAINS 30 YOUNG LADIES
The Culture and Tourism Department of the Assembly organized a three (3) day training program for thirty (30) unemployed and unskilled young women in the municipality. The program started from 13th December 2021 and ended on the 15th December, 2021.
The program took place at the premises of the Church of Pentecost, (English Assembly) Maamobi. The young women were trained in the art of designing and producing ladies purse, hand bags, pen holders etc all with the use of beads.
The aim of this training was to empower the young women to set up their own small scale businesses to generate income for themselves and their families.
DISBURSEMENT OF DACF TO PWDs
As part of the Government efforts to empower Persons with Disabilities and also ensure effective utilization of the common fund for PWDs, The Department of Social Welfare and Community Development of the Assembly address issues of Socio-economic wellbeing of members of the communities within the municipality by undertaking programs and activities to integrate vulnerable persons and groups into mainstream development.
The disbursement of the District Assembly Common Fund allocated to Persons with Disabilities started with a sensitization session where participants were educated by the Head of the Department of Social Welfare And Community Development on the reason why the items are purchased for them.
She explained that , government wishes to empower all Persons with Disabilities in the Municipality irrespective of any condition they may find themselves in order to stand for themselves and earn a living that will help them , their families and the society as a whole .
The Municipal Chief Executive, Hon. Aminu Mohammed Zakari on his part, told the beneficiaries to make good use of the support items given to them and work hard so that they will be successful in their respective businesses.
A total of twenty three (23) PWD’s were supported with various income generation items such as sewing machines, deep freezers, standing freezer and popcorn machine etc. Another group of five (5) PWD’s were also supported with various cash amounts as startup capital to purchase tools for their businesses.
The gender breakdown is; Fifteen Males and Thirteen Females.
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The New Property Valuation conducted by Lands Valuation Board is out and the Assembly will start using the New Ratable Values for Billing Property owners in the Municipality. The date for Public Display will be announce in due time.
All Businesses operating in the Municipality are to make sure they are registered with the Municipal Assembly to avoid Closure and or Prosecution.
All Businesses are to look out for a reviewed ANMA Fee Fixing Regulation for 2022.
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News from AssemblyANMA PASSES SANITATION BYE-LAWS.
The Ayawaso North Municipal Assembly on this day 12th July, 2021 passed a Sanitation Bye Law for the Municipality.
The bye law which deals with the cleaning of frontage of Residential, Private, Public and Commercial buildings is aimed at keeeping the Municipality clean.
It states that, the responsibility of cleaning the frontage of a building is the sole responsibility of the owner or occupier of the building. Failure to abide by the Bye-Law will result in the Assembly take up the cleaning and surcharge the owner or occupier and or the owner or occupier will be Prosecuted.
It was unanimously approved by the members of the Assembly.