Madam Elizabeth Dorcas Amoah, Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of the Nzema East Municipality in the Western Region, has urged Ghanaians to come together and work to ensure the growth of the economy.
She pointed out that the Ghanaian economy can become better when Ghanaians put their individual and political interest aside and work together for the country’s development.
The MCE who was speaking at the 65th Independence Anniversary parade held at Axim Victoria Park indicated that everybody has a role to play to develop the country.
She entreated Ghanaians to become united and make Ghana better adding, “with national unity, we can as one people bus ourselves together to the promised land.”
Madam Amoah further entreated the people to be focused to have the economy strengthened and said even though the political parties may continue to disagree on many issues it was good that the citizens come together to forge ahead.
The Municipal Education Director of Nzema East, Nathaniel K. Affum commended the Assembly for being very supportive in the delivery of quality education in the Municipality such as monitoring, teachers’ motivation, and renovation of dilapidated classrooms among other educational infrastructures.
The 65th Independence Anniversary parade was chaired by the Paramount Chief of Lower Axim Traditional Council, Awulae Attibrukusu II and was attended by hundreds of people, including heads of department (HODs), security personnel and traders among others graced the occasion.
Contingents from the various security agencies, students and teachers drawn from the Ghana Education Service (GES), and civil society organisations (CSOs), including four (4) Senior High Schools (SHS), eight primary schools, six Cadet Corps and eight Junior High Schools among others partake in the parade.