Assembly members of Ledzokuku Municipal Assembly has taken a decision to change the name of LEKMA Hospital to Teshie General Hospital. The decision was taken after a motion was accepted by members of the assembly at the second general meeting of the assembly.
The Municipal Chief executive, Mordecai Quarshie appealed to members of the Assembly to step up the campaign on payment of building permit fees.
He said most developers in the municipality failed to pay for or apply for building permit before undertaking development. He tasked members to take up challenge to spread the message. “We have to collect the money to enable the assembly undertake development projects” he stressed. He reminded them that payment of building permit has been regularised by the assembly and therefore those who have not paid or apply for it should come forward to do that.
He assured members that the Assembly is in the process to engage Department of Urban Roads to support the assembly. He reiterated that the roads would be fixed and new ones constructed.
The Member of Parliament for Ledzokuku constituency,Benjamin Ayiku, said he identified challenges that needed to be fixed. He mention roads and sanitation among others.
He said the road networks in the municipality are in bad shape with potholes. He tasked the roads engineer to work extra hard to fix the roads.
He expressed his willingness to support the Assembly anytime the need arises.