The Awutu-Senya District Assembly has stated that improving the environmental situation is its main agenda for the 2016 operational year.
Mr Sampson Abbey-Armah, District Chief Executive for the area, disclosed this in an interview at Awutu-Beraku over the weekend.
He said that the move was to ensure that people living in towns, villages and other communities within the Assembly, upgraded their environmental situation to help improve the socio-economic upliftment and outlook of the District.
Mr Abbey-Armah said the people would also be able to make effective contributions at all levels towards national development to buttress the ‘Better Ghana Agenda’ policy initiated by President John Dramani Mahama four years ago.
He said that the Assembly had already appointed a 21-member sanitation committee to ensure an effective and efficient implementation of all sanitation programmes of the Assembly.
He praised chiefs and queen-mothers in both Awutu and Senya Beraku traditional areas, heads of departments, corporations, religious leaders, workers, farmers, and fisherman in the District for their various contributions.
Mr Abbey-Armah urged all stakeholders to help ensure peace and stability in the country during their campaigns and after the elections.
“We can achieve this feat if we allow the spirit of peace, stability, unity, co-operation, mutual understanding and divine love to permeate in all our political discussions”, Mr Armah said. – GNA