The Kwadaso Municipal Chief Executive, Hon. Richmond Agyenim Boateng and the Coordinating Director, Mr. Emmanuel Ntoso have held a second management meeting with Heads of decentralized Departments of the Municipal Assembly.
The meeting which was held on Thursday 11th August 2022 at the Asanteman Distilleries Conference Hall was aimed at assessing the performance of the various departments of the Assembly regarding its achievements chalked as well as challenges facing them.
In his opening remarks, the chairman of the meeting, Hon. Richmond Agyenim Boateng welcomed all members to the meeting and entreated them to participate fully to make the meeting a success.
The Coordinating Director also welcomed members to the meeting and urged them to discuss issues dispassionately for the betterment of the Assembly.
He commended the Heads of Department for their immense contribution in ensuring that the Assembly passed the DPAT assessment.
The Heads of Department then took turns to present their Mid-Year Actions plans, achievements of their department and challenges they are facing for discussion.
They were further questioned by members on their presentation to provide detailed information to enable members make informed decision on matters under discussion.
Some of the issues discussed at the meeting covered Education, Health, Agriculture, Roads, Infrastructure, Sanitation among others.
In his closing remarks, the Municipal Coordinating Director, Mr. Emmanuel Ntoso admonished the Heads to be disciplined and adhere to work ethics and the code of conduct of the public servants.
He cautioned members that, lateness, absenteeism and laziness, will not be tolerated by his administration.
Mr. Ntoso also pleaded with the Heads to dress decently when coming to the office.
For his part, the MCE stressed on indiscipline, lateness, and absenteeism at the workplace as such attitudes affect productivity.
He expressed concern about the attitude of some workers who leave the office before the stipulated 5pm without any tangible reason.
The MCE threatened to sanction staff who turn up late for work and those who leaves early before the closing time.