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Suame Municipal Assembly dragged to court

Suame Municipal Assembly dragged to court

Two members of the Ashanti Region’s Suame Municipal Assembly have served notice of intent to sue the Assembly.

Members have accused the Assembly of violating the Local Government Act by continuing to operate after its 2022 budget was rejected.

Several attempts by the Assembly Member for the Agogoso Electoral Area and his colleague from the Adjei Peprah Electoral Area to draw the Assembly’s attention to what they call an irregularity have gone unheeded, according to the Assembly Members.

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“Our fight is a fight for justice,” Atta Boam, Assembly Member for the Adjei Peprah Electoral, told Citi News. “We must work, act, and perform in accordance with the Ghanaian constitution that governs the assembly.”

Maxwell Ofosu Boakye, Chief Executive of the Suame Municipal Assembly, confirmed to Citi News that the notice had been served on the Assembly.

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However, he insisted that his administration had done nothing wrong.

“Of the 26 assembly members, 24 approved the review. Before that, we presented them with the 2022 budget as well as the revised budget,” Mr. Boakye explained.

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