REPORT ON TECHNICAL HANDING OVER OF APERSUA E-BLOCK ON 8TH SEPTEMBER 2021
OPENING The meeting started at 10:30am with a prayer by Ing. P.T Obour Hon. Ebenezer Tetteh Kupualor, Municipal Chief Executive for Yilo Krobo Municipal welcomed all members present. 2.0 MCE’s ADDRESS Hon. E.T. Kupualor expressed his utmost appreciation to the contractor (Antartic LTD) and the government for completing the project. He encouraged the people of Apersua to make good use of the facility. He informed the people that the government is committed to providing access, improving quality and relevance of education to the needs
What are the benefits of getting a COVID-19 vaccine?
COVID-19 is easily transmitted and can lead to serious illness and death, even for people who are young and healthy. Vaccines for COVID-19 will only be approved for use in this country if large, rigorous, and thorough scientific studies show that they safely reduce your risk of getting COVID-19. They would do that by preparing your body’s natural defences – the immune system – to recognize and fight off the virus that causes COVID-19. Scientists are studying whether people who get vaccinated
PRCC sensitize stakeholders
The Public Relations and Complaints Committee (PRCC) in partial fulfillment of its mandate to sensitize stakeholders on the activities of the Assembly on Thursday, 8th July, 2021 organized a sensitization program dubbed “Importance of the Client Service Unit in the Assembly”. This sensitization was aimed at educating the public on the channels to use when seeking redress for their complaints.
Report On The Road Safety Sensitization Programme Held On Thursday 17th June,2021 At The Nkurakan Lorry Station
1. INTRODUCTION The Transport Department of Yilo Krobo Municipal Assembly in collaboration with the Ghana Road Safety Commission and the Urban Roads Department organized a road safety sensitization programme at the Nkurakan Lorry Station, on Thursday 17th June 2021 as part of the national road safety and stay alive campaign. Members of the Nkurakan GPRTU branch, Nkurakan Taxi Branch were present at the programme. 2. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PROGRAMME The exercise was held to equip drivers and other road users with basic knowledge on
Report On The Road Safety Sensitization Programme Held On Friday 9th April,2021 At The Akutunya Lorry Station Somanya
INTRODUCTION The Transport Department of Yilo Krobo Municipal Assembly in collaboration with the Ghana Road Safety Commission and the Urban Roads Department organized a road safety sensitization programme at the Akutunya Lorry Station, Somanya on Friday, 9th April 2021 as part of the national road safety and stay alive campaign. Members of the Somanya Roundabout Taxi GPRTU branch, Cooperative Union, GPRTU Branch (Accra), GPRTU Branch (Kumasi) and GPRTU Branch (Koforidua) were present at the programme. 2. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PROGRAMME The exercise was held
Safety measures on Covid 19
Keep yourself and others safe: Do it all! Protect yourself and those around you: Get vaccinated as soon as it’s your turn and follow local guidance on vaccination.Keep physical distance of at least 1 metre from others, even if they don’t appear to be sick. Avoid crowds and close contact.Wear a properly fitted mask when physical distancing is not possible and in poorly ventilated settings.Clean your hands frequently with alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.Cover your mouth and nose with a
STAKEHOLDER MEETING WITH SOMANYA DRIVERS’ UNIONS
The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), Hon. Eric Tetteh on Thursday, the 6th of January 2022 together with the Municipal Coordinating Director (MCD), Mr. Eric Hini and District Police Commander, Andrews Anyani met with the leadership of the Somanya Drivers’ Unions comprising of the GPRTU, Corporative and Global Millennium Union. The meeting which took place at the Akutunya Lorry Station was to engage the Drivers' Unions for their corporation to bring sanity on the major roads within Somanya, the Municipal capital. In his