Ghana @ 66: MCE touts Government’s Achievements in Obuasi

Last Updated on March 7, 2023 by Admin

Obuasi Municipal was not left out of the 66th Independence Day celebration on Monday 6th March, 2023, as school children, parents, members of the security services and Nananom thronged the Obuasi Len Clay sports stadium to mark the day.

 The colorful ceremony saw more than 500 school children drawn from 25 schools in the Municipality take part in a march past.


The Chief Executive for Obuasi Municipal who read the keynote address on behalf of the President His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo highlighted on the plethora of developmental projects undertaken by the government, the Member of Parliament and the Assembly.

He mentioned the ongoing construction of internal roads and the 30km Obuasi- Anwiankwanta road, construction of storm drains, the upgrading of Obuasi Government Hospital, the revival of AngloGold Ashanti and the establishment of the Knust- Obuasi campus which he said is a partnership agreement the Assembly signed with KNUST and AngloGold Ashanti.

” There are several other projects being done and new ones about to commence. I will like to particularly mention the Urban park which is meant for providing recreation for our people”.

The Mce averred that the objective of the projects spearheaded by the Government and the Assembly was to improve the standard of living of the people of Obuasi and also support government’s commitment to ensuring that the economy bounces back.

Touching on the theme for this year’s celebration ” Our unity. Our strength. Our purpose, Honorable Adansi- Bonah underscored the importance of unity in building a successful society.  He mentioned that the lack of unity among different groups of people can stifle growth and undermine progress hence called on residents of Obuasi to embrace unity of purpose irrespective of their ethnic or religious background.

On education, the Obuasi MCE advised parents to play active role in their wards’ education stressing that it is imperative for parents to support government to ensure that the Free Senior High school becomes a success.


After a highly competitive march past BONSEC school was crowned winners of the march past amassing 82.67% in the Junior High school category. They were presented with a plaque, one (1) set of jersey and two (2) footballs.

Obuasi SDA school came 2nd with Anyinam Methodist JHS B placing 3rd.

In the Primary school category; the LEAP school emerged winners with 78.00% with Kokoteasua Experimental MA Basic school placing second with 74.33% whiles Belicks school came third (3rd) with 70.33%.

Benedicta Saaman an immediate past student of AngloGold Ashanti JHS who received a Presidential Award for emerging as the Overall Best Female Graduating BECE Candidate in the Ashanti Region was presented with a citation and a tablet by the Municipal Chief Executive.

All the participating schools were presented with certificates by the Obuasi Municipal Assembly.


Story by:  ISD-OMA

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