Forgive your colleagues who voted against me – North Dayi DCE elect to Assembly Members

Hon. Edmund Kudjoh Attah
Hon. Edmund Kudjoh Attah

The District Chief Executive (DCE) for North Dayi, Hon. Edmund Kudjoh Attah has called on his Assembly Members to forgive two of their colleagues who voted against his endorsement for the continuation of what he described as the remarkable successes the Assembly had chalked over the last four years under his leadership. Addressing the Assembly and dignitaries after his confirmation at the District capital, Anfoega, Mr. Attah described his overwhelming endorsement as a sign of confidence the Assembly has reposed in him.

The North Dayi DCE was the first to be confirmed in the Volta Region with thirty-two (32) out of the thirty-four (34) Assembly Members voting for him to be confirmed as DCE for area. The votes which represented 94.1 percent endorsement was described by many as overwhelming considering the fact that the two opposing votes were not lost but rather spoilt by the owners and therefore rejected by officials of the Electoral Commission (EC).

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Mr. Attah’s confirmation event was also crucial for the governing NPP in the region because of his position as well as the Dean of the MDCEs in the region.

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Addressing the jubilant assembly members and supporters after his confirmation and swearing-in ceremony, Mr. Attah said he is poised for more development for the South Dayi district. This he said would equally be achieved in collaboration with the Traditional Authorities and all Assembly Members across the length and breadth of the district.

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He expressed his appreciation to the Regional Minister, Dr. Archibald Yao Letsa, the rank and file of the party in the region under its chairman, Hon. Makafui Woanya, constituency executives as well as his brothers and sisters for the immense support towards the successful event. He called on the Assembly Members to forgive those who betrayed their course, adding that he presumed that those two Members did not know how to vote.

Credit: Akukorku Media Consult

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