The District Chief Executive of the Awutu Senya District Assembly Hon. Joseph Aidoo has assured the people of Senya community of a fair distribution of developmental projects which the Assembly intends to undertake within the district. He however made a passionate appeal to the people to inculcate the habit of patriotism in other to ensure proper maintenance of all state edifices.

Hon. Joseph Aidoo said these at a short ceremony to commission Senya DA Primary B School and Senya Market stalls and sheds at Senya.

At DA Primary School, the DCE acknowledge his predecessor Hon Stephen Kwame Quaye who was also there in person to grace the event for having spearheaded the project before he (Joseph Aidoo) took over the responsibility to ensure a successful completion of the project.

Hon Aidoo applauded teachers and the Headmaster of DA schools for their dedication and relentless efforts in ensuring the academic success of pupils in the school. He continued to encourage them to work hard since their reward is not only in heaven but also here on earth.

At both the Senya and Bereku market, the DCE, encouraged traders to keep the place need and take proper care of the stalls and sheds provided in other for it to last.

For her part the MP for Awutu Senya West Constituency, Hon. Gizella Ogbotui Tetteh presented four street light solar powered bulbs to both Senya DA Primary B School and Senya Market to help improve security at each location.

In his closing remarks, the Headmaster of Senya DA schools Mr. Joseph Koomson appreciated the District Assembly for honoring their obligation to build schools to enhance quality education services in the Senya community. “Like Oliver Twist will ask, I will further appeal to the Assembly to support us with furniture and classroom boards to furnish the classrooms to make it fully complete” Mr. Koomson added.

Present at the ceremony were, the DCE Hon. Joseph Aidoo, MP for the area Hon. Gizella Agbotui Tetteh, Former DCE, Hon. Stephen Kwame Quaye, Some Assembly Members and staff and management of the Assembly.


Report by

Lydia N. Parry