COMMISSIONING OF WATER PROJECT BY H.E. THE PRESIDENT, PROF. JOHN EVANS ATTA MILLS ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19, 2011

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A SHORT WELCOME ADDRESS DELIVERED BY HON. DANIEL AMARTEY MENSAH, MCE OF THE LEDZOKUKU-KROWOR MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY ON THE OCCASION OF COMMISSIONING OF WATER PROJECT BY H.E. THE PRESIDENT, PROF. JOHN EVANS ATTA MILLS ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19, 2011
AT TESHIE SANGONAA

H.E. THE PRESIDENT
HON. MINISTERS
HON. MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT
NIIMEI KE NAAMEI
HON. ASSEMBLY MEMBERS
DISTINGUISHED GUESTS
FRIENDS FROM THE MEDIA
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN

I feel highly honoured not only to be part of this morning’s programme but more particularly to be given the opportunity to formally welcome H.E. the President and all other dignitaries to this function. It is quite commendable that you have turn out in your numbers to make the President’s visit and the commissioning of the water project a grand ceremony.

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You are all welcome.

Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen, let me on behalf of our traditional leaders and people of the Ledzokuku-krowor Municipal Assembly extend our gratitude and appreciation to H.E. the President for taking time of his busy schedules to visit the Municipality for the third time in a week. This is unprecedented and we are extremely grateful for the honour. Indeed this is a vivid demonstration that the President is part of this Municipality and our welfare is dear

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Niimei ke Naamei, I believe today’s occasion is not only special one but also memorable, and I know you also share this view. This is because for close to fifteen or more years now, people in this part of Teshie (old town) have not had water running through their pipes. They obtained water at high cost from underground reservoirs and wells which were supplied by water tankers.

“Water” it is said is life, so we can all imagine the struggle that we went through during these period when water supply was so erratic that Teshie became synonymous with water and not worth mentioning as news by the media.

It was against this background that H.E. the President, during his campaign for the presidency promised to tackle this perennial water problem head on to give the people of Teshie a relief as part of his “Better Ghana Agenda”.

Ladies and Gentlemen, It gladdens my heart to inform you that through the effort of the President and his appointees, the people of Teshie old town now get water through their pipes five times in a week. Indeed the numbers of yellow gallons, which are noted for carting water, have reduced drastically from town. It is therefore important that this occasion is not taken for granted but rather remind all of us that we have a caring father in the person of H.E. the President and members of his government who are determined to improve on our lives and lead us towards a better Ghana.

Mr. President, Indeed the number of development projects which your Government has undertaken in this Municipality are numerous and unprecedented in the region if not the whole country. We would at the right time enumerate these projects since time will not allow us to do so today. We have developed a flyer which is being distributed now and I would like to encourage everybody to get a copy.

Ladies and Gentlemen, Permit me however to say that this Municipality have been a great beneficiary of the good policies of the N.D.C. government such as the expanded school feeding programme, free text books, free school uniforms, and provision of school infrastructure facilities and computers, to mention but a few.

The Assembly has also channel a lot of its resources from the DACF, DDF and IGF into the education sector by way of provision of school infrastructure and award of scholarships to brilliant but needy children. We have also invested massively in the construction of roads, bridges, culverts, drains, and water storage facilities, sanitary facilities such as places of convenience, health facilities and street lights

The vast investment that the government and its agencies have put into education is for a good cause and aimed at providing quality education to our children, who are the future leaders of this nation. As we are no doubt aware, education has long been recognized as the bed rock of national development. Without quality education, it will be difficult for the nation to achieve its development aspirations including international goals such as the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), especially goals one (1), two (2) and six (6) which are children issue related.

I wish on this note to call on parents in this Municipality to make the education of their children a priority and placed on high pedestal. As parents it is our responsibility to ensure that our children are given the quality education that will lift them out of poverty and deprivation. This we can do by providing them with the basic needs for quality education.

Your Excellency. Hon. Ministers, Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen, before I resume my seat, I once again welcome you all to this morning’s commissioning ceremony.

Thank you and may God bless us all.

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