A cross-section of residents in Techiman, the Bono East Regional capital, have described Mr Adu Gyan, the Bono East Regional Minister-designate as an astute politician with a rich experience to head the region.
They lauded President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for his nomination and expressed the hope that Mr Gyan would operate an open-door administration to allow people to contribute to the decision making process to deepen decentralisation.
Speaking in an interview with the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in Techiman, Mr Richard Asamoah, the Bono East Regional National Service Coordinator, said the president’s nominee would be able to manage and push the development of the region to the next level.
He said the previous regional minister did well to uplift the image of Techiman and expressed the hope that Mr Gyan would build on that to attract local and foreign investors for rapid socio-economic growth and development.
Mr Kofi Ameyaw, a resident, noted that the nominee was the right person to head the Region because of his rich experience in public administration.
He expressed optimism that the regional minister-designate administration would focus on empowering the youth and vulnerable women to make life better for them.
“I expect Mr Gyan to work harder to build the business community through new initiatives that will enhance economic growth and prosperity,” Mr Joseph Ahinkrah, a businessman, said.
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