Show gratitude to Nana Akufo-Addo on December 7 - Hon. Fred Obeng Owusu
The Old Tafo MCE praised government for the Ghana Secondary Cities project, which Tafo is a beneficiary.
The Municipal Chief Executive Officer of Tafo, Hon. Fred Obeng Owusu says if the innovative policies of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo can be long-drawn-out to benefit Ghanaians comprehensively, then the New Patriotic Party must be rewarded another term to make executions possible.
He praised the president and his appointees for the enormous decisions which have transformed the various Metropolitan, Municipal, and District Assemblies, which Tafo is part especially in the area of transport.
“The NPP government has a better agenda for Ghanaians therefore we must show gratitude by re-electing Nana Akufo-Addo to continue his term, together with his parliamentary elects,” he said.
“Their policies are a guide for us all therefore let us reward him another chance during the general elections,” he added.
The Old Tafo Municipality was engaged in a sod-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, July 22, 2020, to begin a 4-kilometer road project under the auspices of the Ghana Secondary Cities support project, an initiative of the World Bank.
Hon. Fred Obeng informed that the project would play a significant role in the Municipality towards vehicular movement due to the economic status of the city. He addressed that traffic congestion has been a major challenge for travelers therefore putting linking roads in better shape will help to overcome it.
“Tafo was also chosen to be a part of the 25 Assemblies for the Ghana Secondary Cities project to put an end to the traffic congestion and brighten up the city at night.
“Traffic congestion has been a major challenge in this municipality from time past. The NPP government during their administration has helped to lessen it by putting majority of the linking roads in proper shape for use.
“The national cake made available by Nana Addo has indeed benefitted the Tafo Municipality and we are very grateful to the president and his appointees for the concern.”