SOD CUTTING CEREMONY FOR 18-CLASSROOM BLOCK FOR TESHIE PRESBY SENIOR HIGH

Honourable Mordecai Quarshie, the Municipal Chief Executive of the Teshie municipality, earlier today cut the sod to begin the first phase of the construction of a three (3) storey, 18-unit classroom block for the benefit of Teshie Presbyterian Senior High School at Teshie Salem.
The M.C.E appreciated his predecessor Mrs. Evelyn Twum-Gyamerah’s efforts to begin such a project and mentioned it is to cater for the ‘Free SHS’ programme. He added that a lot will be done to make education attractive again by tackling issues confronting schools in the municipality.
The headmistress of the school thanked LeKMA for choosing the school to embark on such a project for them

Presentation to PWDs in LeKMA

The Municipal Chief Executive for Ledzokuku Municipal Assembly, Honourable Mordecai Quarshie presented an amount of Ghc 53,000.00 to 51 Persons with Disability (PWDs) in the Ledzokuku municipality at a short ceremony at the premises of the Assembly on Friday, 11th February, 2022.

Stakeholder Engagement at Martey Tsuru

As part of the ongoing stakeholder engagement with people within electoral areas in the Ledzokuku municipality, the Assembly were at the doorstep of Martey Tsuru area. The Honourable M.C.E, Mr. Mordecai Quarshie went on a usual tour of the area with heads of departments accompanied by the Assemblywoman. After, the community showed up in their numbers to interact with the Assembly. Their concerns were mainly about a construction of a market and public toilet for the area. The. Assembly promised to consider that and work on it.

Stakeholder Engagement at Sutsurunor Electoral Area

In the absence of the Honourable M.C.E of the Ledzokuku Municipal Assembly, the Municipal Coordinating Director, Mr. Tsikor, led the team from the Assembly to meet the community members of Sutsurunor Electoral Area.
The M.C.D presented the six (6) areas of focus for LeKMA that is Sanitation, Security, Health, Education and Discipline under the new M.C.E to the people, and as usual their concerns were taken to be worked on in the earliest possible time.