ATEBUBU GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL WINS REGIONAL AND NATOINAL AWARDS

HON. EDWARD OWUSU (RIGHT) IN A POSE WITH THE TEAM The Atebubu-Amantin municipal chief executive Hon. Edward Owusu has praised management and staff of the Atebubu government hospital for strides made in the last few years which has earned it regional and national recognition. The MCE made the remarks when management of the hospital led …

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43-Year-Old Paul Tawiah Wins The 2022 Best Farmer For Atebubu-Amantin Municipal Assembly.

With 8 years of farming experience, the winner has 85 acres of maize, 15 acres of mangoes, 10 acres each of yam, cowpea, groundnuts, and cashew as well as 3 acres of rice. He also keeps 65 cattle, 8 goats, 4 sheep, 15 local fowls, and 25 guinea fowls. For his prize, Tawiah took home …

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Anti-Bushfire Campaign Launched In The Atebubu-Amantin Municipality

The Ghana National Fire Service and Tropenbos Ghana in collaboration with other stakeholders have launched the Fire Smart Landscape Governance Program and the 2022/2023 season anti-bushfire campaign for Atebubu-Amantin at Sanwakyi-Afefreso a high fire risk farming community in the municipality. Under the theme “Prevention of Bushfires, Fighting Global Warming and Climate Change a Collective Responsibility …

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Regional Minister Hon. Kofi Amoakohene Marks My First Day at School

Caretaker Regional Minister Hon. Kofi Amoakohene visits some schools in Techiman and Nkoranza to see how class pupils are faring on My First Day at School.The schools visited are Techiman M/A primary school Techiman St. Paul R/C Primary school Nkoranza St. Theresa KG Primary school.Hon. Amoakohene in all these places welcome pupils who are coming …

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BONO EAST MINISTER ASSURES ATEBUBU TRADITIONAL COUNCIL OF MORE DEVELOPMENT FOR THE AREA

The Bono East regional minister, Hon. Kwasi Adu-Gyan has assured the Atebubu traditional council of his commitment to the development of the traditional area and the Atebubu-Amantin municipality as a whole. The minister gave the assurance at a meeting with members of the council as part of a one day tour of the municipality which …

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ATEBUBU GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL WINS REGIONAL AND NATOINAL AWARDS

ATEBUBU GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL WINS REGIONAL AND NATOINAL AWARDS The Atebubu-Amantin municipal chief executive Hon. Edward Owusu has praised management and staff of the Atebubu government hospital for strides made in the last few years which has earned it regional and national recognition. The MCE made the remarks when management of the hospital led by the …

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A.A.M.A COMMITTED TO MAINTAINING SECURITY INSPITE OF HUGE FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS

HON. EDWARD OWUSU The Atebubu-Amantin municipal assembly remains committed to the provision of security for the people within the municipality in spite of the drain it has on the finances of the assembly. This was made known by the municipal chief executive Hon. Edward Owusu at the first ordinary meeting of the assembly for this …

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SOD CUT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A ZONAL COUNCIL OFFICE AT AMANTIN

                                                  THE MCE PERFORMING THE SOD CUTTING The Atebubu-Amantin municipal chief executive, Hon. Edward Owusu has cut a sod for the construction of an office accommodation for the Amantin zonal council in Amantin. The building which will comprise 5 offices, a conference room, a store and washroom facilities is expected to be completed in 4 …

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G.N.F.S, THROPENBOS GHANA INAUGURATE FIRE VOLUNTEER SQUADS FOR TWO COMMUNITIES

               DR. NUNOO (THIRD LEFT) PRESENTING THE ITEMS TO THE MUNICIPAL FIRE COMMANDE The Atebubu-Amantin municipal office of the Ghana National Fire Service and Thropenbos Ghana in collaboration with other stakeholders have inaugurated fire volunteer squads for the Abour and Jato Zongo communities under the Fire Smart Landscape Governance Program. The program seeks to ensure …

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Bono East Women Caucus of Nalag Mark International Women’s Day in Atebubu

The Bono East women caucus of the National Association of Local Authorities of Ghana (NALAG) with support from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities has marked this year regional celebration of the International Women’s Day in Atebubu under the theme “Innovation and Technology for Gender Equality. Welcoming participants to the programme, the Atebubu-Amantin municipal Chief Executive …

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104 benefit from disability fund in Atebubu

One hundred and four persons with disability in the Atebubu-Amantin municipality have benefitted from some income-generating support items and cash at a brief ceremony in Atebubu. Welcoming beneficiaries to the ceremony, the Municipal Director of the Department of Social Welfare and Community Development Mr. Emmanuel Bukari said about 900 disabled persons are currently registered with …

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 A.A.M.A HOLDS FIRST ORDINARY MEETING OF THE YEAR

HON. EDWARD OWUSU (LEFT) FLANKED BY THE MEMBER PRESIDING The Atebubu-Amantin municipal assembly has held its first ordinary meeting of the year in Atebubu. Delivering his sessional address, the municipal chief executive Hon. Edward Owusu touched on a wide range of areas including: security, health, education, agriculture, forestry, sanitation and social support. He also spoke …

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