Evangelist Patricia Asiedua a Oduro also known as Nana Agradaa has been granted bail by the Accra Circuit Court 9. Presiding judge Samuel Bright Acquah granted the accused bail of ¢50, 000 with 3 sureties of Civil servants earning not less than 2k a month. She is also to report to Prosecutor every Wednesday. Despite … Continue reading Nana Agradaa granted ¢50,000 bail
A group of drivers in Ajumako in the Ajumako Enyan Essiam District in Central Region has demonstrated against the for lack of parking space at the station. VINCENT KWEKU AFRIYIE3 The group which calls themselves “Nkwantanum-Abaasa Drivers Association” are mostly taxi drivers who ply their trade from Ajumako to Mankessim and Enyan Abaasa. They claim … Continue reading Drivers in Ajumako demonstrate against authority for unfair treatment.
The Ajumako Enyan Essiam District was curved out of the Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District in the year 1988 and since then, the Assembly has operated from office premises that do enhance effective monitoring of staff due to the scattered nature of their offices. VINCENT KWEKU AFRIYIEAugust 26, 2022 Hon Rev Ransford Kwesi Nyarko, DCE of … Continue reading Ajumako E.E DCE hands over site for Construction of An Assembly Complex
VINCENT KWEKU AFRIYIE8 seconds ago With a team of workers from Ariyan limited, Hon. Ransford Kwesi Nyarko toured the site from Ajumako through Kokoben to Breman Asikuma this after to inspect the extent of work and coverage of the construction. It was clear that the road would start from Ajumako to the traffic lights at … Continue reading DCE for Ajumako Enyan Essiam inspects works on ongoing Ajumako-Bisease- Kokoben-Asikuma Road
News by VINCENT KWEKU AFRIYIE As part of the activities to improve quality health delivery to the people of Ajumako-Bisease and it’s environs, the Bisease Polyclinic has undergone performance review for the year. The activity is dubbed: Peer Review Facility Performance 2022 In a programme organised on Thursday, September 29, at the hospital premise, officials … Continue reading Bisease Polyclinic sees improved performance in service delivery.