GHANA’S 66TH INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION AT TWIFO PRASO ON THE 6TH OF MARCH 2023, AT THE METHODIST PRIMARY PARK.
As part of Ghana’s 66th Independence Day celebration, the Twifo Atti-Morkwa district also emulated the annual routine participation on the 6th March, 2023. The whole program was calibrated into various sections which opens with a prayer said by Reverend Amos Tawiah, the National Anthem recital followed, an Inspection of Guard of Honour was done by the DCE (Hon. Robert Agyemang-Nyatakyi) and the District Police Commander (Charles Addai-Boateng), a cultural display, the various dignitaries were then introduced, welcome address was given by the Director of Education (Mrs. Augustina Attakora), a musical interlude followed suit and finally, a speech delivered the Member of Parliament for Twifo Atti-Morkwa District, Hon. David Vondee and the District Chief Executive for Twifo/Ati-Morkwa District, Honourable Robert Agyemang-Nyatakyi.
In relation to the order of arrangement for the program outline, Hon. David Vondee, in his speech delivery said that, his doors are open to support all agencies in the district. He in the past and currently assisting agencies and the various area counsels with materials such as iron rods, cements and other building materials to support renovation works in the district. He admonished that, all that the district needs oneness and with hard work we experience peace and development. He used the opportunity to speak about the things he has achieved under his leadership and projects underway in order to foster and enhance the furtherance and progress of the district.
The District Chief Executive (DCE) for the district, Hon. Robert Agyemang Nyantakyi also delivered a speech on behalf of the President of the Republic of Ghana. In his delivery, he captured corruption and the need to fight it and the effort the government is making to ensuring a zero corruption in the various sectors of the economy. The DCE encouraged workers within the various departments of the district to work hard and contribute their quota towards the development of our dear nation. He reiterated that true strength emerges from unity. He therefore called for oneness in the fight against illegal Mining and Timber Lumbering in the district.
During the awards presentation, B and C emerged in the match pass as overall winners, Praso Infant Jesus Catholic Preparatory School Model received the first (1st) runner up award and Model D/A received the second (2nd) runner up award. In the second cycle awards, Twifo Praso Senior High School received an award. Awards were also given to three (3) best 2022 BECE candidates, Zainab Uthman, Lois Kwansima Lomotey and Stephen Owusu Yeboah all who are students of the Twifo/Ati-Morkwa District. Finally, the assembly through the DCE donated some Cotvet items such as industrial irons, hand sewing machines, industrial sewing machines and table stands, overlock sewing machine, workshop table side stand, overlock sewing and table stand, hand dryers, stand steamer, wall dryer, wall dryer stand, sterilizer, cushion seat, workshop table top, auto flech workshop, workshop table stand, welding angle grinder machine, cutting machine cabinet, bench drilling machines, ceramic sinks base and ceramic sinks to Garment Makers, Cosmetologists, Auto-Mechanics, Welders and Aluminum Fabricators a set of machines and tools to One Hundred Three (103) newly passed out craftsmen and women to start and support their businesses in the district.