The Nkwanta North district chief executive officer, Honorable Jackai Jackson in an exclusive on why he didn’t file for reappointment said it looks greedy, selfish and ungrateful.
According to him, four years is enough for him to do what ever he could as DCE as to his mission has been accomplished or not.
He added “the impression created out is that when you’re the DCE you chop the assembly money and make you and your family rich” he said the people on nkwanta north have never show appreciation to the government that gave them district (NPP) for not electing it candidates as MP’s to support government initiatives and that has indeed affected the district for the past years in development.
Listen to excerpts of Jackai’s interview the media men.
Mr Jackson, who has not apply to maintain his position as the Nkwanta North DCE has mentioned some projects that he has inherited and and able to complete including the Kpassa new market and some cheeps compounds.
He said though there are many achievement but the maintenance of peace, the completion of the new market and the building of ultra modern assembly complex and that will do away with the shearing of offices by different departments
In his response to the challenges he encounter in the last four years, Mr Jackson said lack of finance from the central government has made his plans to complete all the projects he inherited delayed and not able to complete all.
The outgoing district chief executive officer, Honorable Jackai Jackson has finally advice anyone who will take over to be a person who thinks outside the box, open minded person and someone who will hear from the technocrats in the assembly and have respect for the party and it members as well.
Source: Evans Manasseh / MyGhanaMedia.com
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