BONO REGIONAL MINISTER PAYS WORKING VISIT TO DORMAA EAST DISTRICT
The Bono Regional Minister, Hon. Justina Owusu-Banahene on Wednesday, June 8 2022, paid a day’s working visit to Dorma East District.
The visit was aimed at gathering first hand information on how the District was fairing in terms of developmental projects, internally generated funds, capacity of the human resource, challenges and potential avenues for growth and development. The visit was also to enable her discuss security issues with the District Security Committee (DISEC), commission some completed projects across the district, and assess the state of others in progress.
The Minister met Heads of Departments and staff of the Dormaa East District Assembly during her visit to the District. In her discussions with the assembly staff, the Minister called on Senior Public Officers to offer mentorship as well as guidance and counsel to their subordinates usually juniors and newly recruits to help promote and sustain professional development for the benefit of national development. She explained that usually, these protégés have barely any experience since what is done on the job, mostly differs from what is studied at the schools and lending a helping hand to acquire the requisite skills needed for the job will go a long way to build the nation.
The Minister also appealed to junior staff especially mentees and newly recruits to eschew every form of pride in their dealings with the experienced officers to create an atmosphere healthy enough for openness, guidance and goodwill to train.
Madam Justina Owusu-Banahene advised workers to continuously add value to themselves by upgrading their certificates, ensure responsible lifestyles and maintain good interpersonal relationships with both family and others in order to guarantee a better future.
The Bono Regional Coordinating Director, Mr. Andrews Okumah Nawil, also encouraged public workers to be optimistic and neutral in the discharge of their duties. He as well advised them to be regular and punctual at work and ensure they maintain their integrity at all times.
The Minister commissioned a 4-unit and a 3-unit classroom blocks at Presbyterian Primary A and at Methodist Primary respectively in Wamfie. At Wamanafo she cut the sod for the opening of a new lorry station.
She did the inspection of an earth dam project at Nsresresu, CHPS Compound project at Asuotiano and the Dormaa Akwamu Police Station Project all underway in the District.