A seventeen (17) member government appointees of the Tano South District Assembly have been sworn into office to replace the same number of Assembly members appointed by the previous government.
Addressing the assembly meeting, the Tano South District Coordinator, Mrs. Agartha Ahia thanked the assembly members and heads of departments for honouring the invitation at a short notice. She said there was the need for the District to present two candidates to form part of the regional electoral college to vote and choose the regions member to the council of state and since the assembly could not form a quorum due to the revocation of the seventeen appointed by the previous government there was the need to replace them hence the meeting and to swear in the seventeen (17) government appointees of the current administration so that the assembly’s membership would be full.
Mrs. Agartha Ahia addressing the assembly members
Mrs. Ahia called on all members to co-operate and make the election of the District’s representatives a success since it would go a long way to project the cordiality amongst the assembly members.
The swearing in ceremony saw the District magistrate, Her Worship Memunatu Hajia Jebuni taking in the seventeen members through the swearing in process by taking the oath of office and secrecy after which the house went into voting to choose two members, Hon. Enoch Afriyie and Hon. Joseph Mensah Djan to represent the District at the regional level.
Her Worship Memunatu Hajia Jebuni ( in Black attire )taking the seventeen members through the swearing in process