The Honourable Municipal Chief Executive, Mordecai Quarshie today inaugurated a “One District One Factory” District Implementation Support Team as part of government’s initiative to transform Ghana’s industrial sector.
Ledzokuku Municipal Assembly hosted the ceremony with the Municipal Coordinating Director, Municipal Physical Planning Officer, Presiding Member of Ledzokuku, Municipal Procurement Officer, Municipal Agriculture Director, representatives from the Traditional Council, Electricity Company of Ghana, Foods and Drugs Authority, Ghana Enterprise Agency and other representatives in attendance. Also in attendance was the Honourable Member of Parliament for Ledzokuku Constituency, Benjamin Ayiku Narteh.
Fine Foods Industries, represented by its Chief Executive Officer and Marketing Director, were invited to introduce their business to the team for the needed support to benefit the municipality according to the concept of the “1D1F” policy.
The Honourable M.C.E, who chaired the function spoke on the need for such a policy by government and urged members of the team to support this initiative

LeKMA organizes 65th Independence Anniversary Celebration

HURRAY!!! Ghana, Our Motherland Turns 65.
To mark Ghana’s 65th anniversary of independence, the Ledzokuku Municipal Assembly organized a parade to celebrate the occasion in a beautiful style.
The event brought together contingents from various schools in the municipality; ranging from kindergarten to senior high school cadets, who marched past the dignitaries in attendance at the Teshie Camp ‘2’ School park.
This year’s independence day celebration, on a national level was dubbed “Working Together, Bouncing Back Together.” Some distinguished guests present at the parade were the Honourable Municipal Chief Executive, Mr. Mordecai Quarshie, the Honourable Member of Parliament for Ledzokuku, Mr. Benjamin Narteh Ayiku, the Chief of Teshie, leaders of the Traditional Council, senior officers of the different security agencies within the district, and heads from the Assembly.
The pupils and students of schools that formed the contingents displayed well rehearsed marching skills, from which some were awarded. In the kindergarten department, Wajir Central KG came first, followed by Northern Cluster KG and Salem KG respectively. The primary department saw Pat Academy take first place with Teshie North Methodist in second and LeKMA ‘5’ & ‘9’ Schools in third places. LeKMA ‘12’ School was adjudged the best in the Junior High School category, as King David School and Krobor J.H.S were second and third respectively. For the Senior High School division,Teshie Technical Center came first, second was O’Rielly S.H.S and third Teshie Presby. The best two cadets corps were O’Rielly S.H.S, first and Teshie PRESEC second.
In all, it was a colourful celebration of patriotism for our dear mother Ghana and the hope to see her become great and strong in all sectors especially education which is the key to the success of any country.