The current Chief Director for the Central Regional Coordinating Council, Mr. Michael Owusu Amoako has embarked on a two-day tour in some six selected Metropolitan, Municipal, and District Assemblies (MMDAs) in the Central region.

The various Assemblies visited were the Awutu Senya East Municipal Assembly, Awutu Breku District Assembly and Gomoa East District Assemblies.

Other MMDAs toured were Abura Asebu Kwamankese (AAK), Cape Coast Metropolitan (CCMA) and Komenda Edina Eguafo Abbrem (KEEA) Assemblies.

Key messages the Chief Director touched on in all the Assemblies visited were for staff to eschew lateness to work, avoid
backbiting and concentrate on the very core reason for their recruitment into the service.

Mr. Owusu-Amoako indicated that the Local Government Service (LGS) is a purposeful institution and that politics was not a welcome thing to tolerate.

He stressed that staff co-existence and team work was essential in the service.

The Chief Director called on the Assemblies Coordinating Directors and the various Chief Executives to enforce the required rules of the service expected to be adhered to, for staff to support government to achieve objective for national development.

He noted that the region represented government and its political leaders being the Chief Executives to implement government goal and achievements and that Civil and Public servants are to assist them to achieve this purpose.

Mr. Owusu-Amoako however tasked the Human Resource Departments of the Assemblies to collate data and come out with a structure to monitor staff who absent themselves from work and copy their immediate Coordinating Directors and Chief Executives as well as his office for action.

The Chief Director called on all staff of the various Assemblies to rally behind him as he embarks on an administrative drive to make Central Regional Coordinating Council (CRCC) a force to reckon with.

Present with him in this visit was Mr. Tally Ansah Asiedu, Head of Public Affairs Unit for the Council, Mr. David Allan Paintsil, an Administrative officer and Miss Erica Affazdie Hammond, also an Administrative officer from the Council.