PENTECOST CHURCH DONATES MEDICAL ITEMS TO LeKMA

The Sakumono branch of the Church of Pentecost has donated medical supplies worth Five Thousand Ghana cedis (GHȻ5000.00) to the Ledzokuku Municipal Assembly for onward distribution to medical facilities in the Municipality. Pastor Anthony Owusu Sekyere Kwarteng, who presented the items on behalf of the Church said they were meant to help frontline workers in […]

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LeKMA DISTRICT CENSUS IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE INAUGURATED

Every ten years, Ghana Statistical Service conducts a Population and Housing Census (PHC).  The last PHC in Ghana was in the year 2010. This year, 2020, is another Census year and it would start from June 15, 2020.  As part of the preparations, District Census Implementations Committees are to be set up and inaugurated. These […]

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URBAN ROADS DEPARTMENT GETS READY FOR ONSET OF RAINS

The Naaplajor Stream, stretching from the Kordjor Lagoon to Tebibianor has been dredged by the Urban Roads Department in the Ledzokuku Municipal Assembly.  According to the Municipal Urban Roads Director- Engineer Martin Essilfie, the exercise is to ensure free flow of water to avoid any flooding when the rains reach its peak period.  He appealed […]

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CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS RECEIVE FACE MASK

Civil Society Organisations in the Ledzokuku Municipality have been presented with face masks to help stop the spread of the Coronavirus. Branch leaders of the GPRTU, Garages Association and the Teshie Sangonaa Fishermen Association received their face masks from the LeKMA MCE- Hon. Evelyn Twum-Gyamrah. The MCE charged the leaders to see to it that […]

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HON. REGIONAL MINISTER PRESENTS FOOD AND OTHER ITEMS TO TESHIE TRADITIONAL AUTHORITY

The Greater Accra Regional Minister- Hon. Ishmael Ashitey has presented some food and sanitary items to the Teshie Traditional Authority at his residence.  The food items include gari, beans, rice, sardines, cooking oil, and tomato paste. The rest are veronica buckets, hand sanitisers, liquid soap, tissue papers and waste bins. The Hon. Regional Minister in […]

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TESHIE TRADITIONAL AUTHORITY RECEIVES CRATES OF EGGS FROM MCE

Hon. Evelyn Twum-Gyamrah has presented 150 crates of eggs to the Teshie Traditional Authority. According the Hon. MCE the eggs were from Central Government to support households during the lockdown period. She used the opportunity to appeal to Traditional Authority to help spread the various messages on Covid-19 disease including adherence to the partial lockdown […]

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LeKMA STAFF UNDERGO TRAINING ON M&E AND DATA ANALYSIS

In line with the Ledzokuku Municipal Assembly’s aim to improve service delivery, a two-day training on Monitoring and Evaluation, Data Analysis and Report Writing was conducted for members of the Municipal Planning and Coordinating Unit of the Assembly and selected staff. This is to enable targeted staff produce better and accurate data/information whenever required.  A […]

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LEKMA CELEBRATES 63RD INDEPENDENCE DAY ANNIVERSARY

The Municipal Chief Executive of Ledzokuku Municipal Assembly, Honourable Mrs. Evelyn Naa Adjeley Twum-Gyamrah has stated that in spite of the challenges and difficulties the country is facing, the country as well as the municipality is reaching its goals of consolidating the gains made. She however indicated that Ghanaians must not be complacent despite the […]

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LEDZOKUKU MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY MARKS 62ND INDEPENDENCE DAY ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

The Municipal Chief Executive of Lezdokuku Municipal Assembly, Mrs. Evelyn Naa Adjeley Twum-Gyamerah, has reiterated the need for Ghanaians to ensure peace and stability in the Lezdokuku municipality and the country at large. According to her the recent number of violence and vigilantism recorded in the country will affect the peace and tranquility that the […]

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CEO OF FinGha 360 LTD. DONATES HAPPY- LOO TOILET TO LeKMA

The President of the Republic of Ghana- Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo declared his intention to make Accra the cleanest city in Africa under his tenure. All citizens, local government authorities, civil society groups and corporate bodies have therefore been tasked to contribute their quota to make this dream come through.  One of the problems of […]

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