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Regional minister Hon. HENRY QUARTEY with some dinitries
MCE for KROWOR HON. JOSHUA NII BORTEY seated in the middle


The maiden edition of the 66th Independence Day Celebrations for the Greater Accra Region was held at Tema on Monday 6th March, 2023. The theme for this year’s celebrations was “Our Unity, Our Strength, Our Purpose”.

In attendance were the Greater Accra Regional Minister, Henry Quartey, some Members of Parliament (MPs) in the Greater Accra Region as well as a member of the Council of State, Stanley Nii Adjiri Blankson. The Municipal Chief Executive for Krowor, Hon. Joshua Nii Bortey was also in attendance to represent his Municipality.

240 security personnel drawn from the Ghana Armed Forces, Ghana Police Service, Ghana National Fire Service, Ghana Immigration Service, the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority and the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority participated in a colourful parade to mark the maiden edition of the Greater Accra Regional Celebrations of the Independence Day.

In addition, 870 students from 29 selected Basic, Junior and Senior High Schools across the 29 Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies in the Region also participated in the parade which also had in attendance Chief Executive Officers of the 29 MMDAs, Chiefs in the Region, corporate institutions and residents in Tema and its environs.

The parade under the command of Lt. Commander George Acquah of the Eastern Naval Command of the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) was characterised by cultural display by some school pupils, gymnastics display and presentation of awards to some schools.

The Regional Minister, Henry Quartey, who reviewed the parade, directed the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives (MDMCEs) to enforce their sanitation bye-laws in line with the ‘Accra Must Work Again’ agenda. He said it was the responsibility of all residents to partner the assemblies in ensuring cleaner surroundings to safeguard health and safety.”This singular action can contribute immensely to stop the perennial flooding which headlines our newspapers and displaces inhabitants of the region”, Mr Quartey said.

The minister commended the relevant stakeholders in the region for their cooperation and participation in the various activities prior to the celebrations, challenging the MMDCEs to ensure sustainability of the activities.

Emmanuel Sampson

Municipal Information Officer

Krowor Municipal Assembly

Nungua-Sakumono Ramser Site Meeting

Krowor Municipal Assembly hosted a government delegation to discuss matters surrounding the Nungua-Sakumono Ramser Site

Commissioning of 2 Storey 6 Unit Classroom

Hon. Joshua Nii Bortey, MCE for Krowor Municipal Assembly commissioned a 2 Storey 6 Unit Classroom Block for KroMA 7 & 4 Basic School

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