The Jirapa constituency executives of the Upper West Region have rubbished a petition by some assembly members for the removal of the Municipal Chief Executive Christine Amadu.
According to the executives, the petitioners are acting on their own parochial and selfish interest which are generated out of hatred and an agenda set to mare the reputation of the Municipal Chief Executive.
They lamented that the continuous agitations of Jirapa youth towards appointees to the seat of government in the municipality are becoming a nuisance for development of the area.
“Since the beginning of this year, a number of attempts have been made by a group of assembly members to impeach the Municipal Chief Executive and raised a number of issues calling on the mandated and necessary agencies to investigate corrupt practices of the Jirapa assembly” spokesperson financial secretary Augustine Tengani recounted.
The executives also indicated that the Jirapa Municipal Chief Executive madam Christine Amadu has been vindicated after EOCO and internal auditors investigation.
According to the executives, it is an ill intention by the group of assembly members to slow development and make the government unpopular in Jirapa.
The financial secretary, however, urged the president not to give credence to such trumpeting noise as it is a calculated attempt to disrupt government’s developmental agenda in the Municipality.
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