Nkonya Queenmother Lobbies Prez

… To Nominate Her Favourite For DCE

The Paramount Queenmother of Nkonya the traditional area, Nana Otubea II, has appealed to President Akufo-Addo not to impose nominees who have been rejected by the people, but rather appoint a more qualified person for the position of District Chief Executive (DCE).

Madam Millicent Kabuki Karboo, who was nominated by the President for the position of DCE for the area, was rejected by the people.

Nana Otubea noted that since the district was endowed with rich human resources, the appointment of a DCE should not become a problem for the President.

To her, a new nomination must be made without further delay, to ensure the rapid development of the area. To Nana Otubea, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) parliamentary candidate for the 2012 elections, Mr. Daniel Korsinah, qualified for the position.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with The Chronicle at the Biakoye District capital, Nkonya-Ahenkro, the Paramount Queenmother pointed out that Mr. Korsinah did not only market the ruling NPP over the years, but also had shown much interest in the development of the area.

She described him (Mr. Korsinah) as a man of vision, and that when given the opportunity to be DCE, would do more to promote the development of the area.

Nana Otubea continued that Mr. Korsinah, a personality who would be accepted by all, is noted for the promotion of peace, particularly, in the Nkonya-Alavanyo conflict among others.

She said Mr. Korsinah, who comes from the Tapa traditional area, is the popular choice of the people, adding that the Biakoye District already was experiencing many problems, in terms of development, and the nomination of a DCE should not add up to the existing difficulties confronting the people. “We have persons who our people would accept and vote for without any difficulty,” she emphasised.

The Queenmother observed that Ghana had gone far in the democratic practices, and that President Akufo-Addo should help deepen democracy by accepting the rejection of Madam Kabuki Karboo as the voice of the people.

She said the era where nominees were imposed on the people against their will was over, and hoped the President, who is noted for his respect for human rights and rule of law, would definitely listen to the people and re-appoint a candidate who would generally be accepted by the people, like Mr. Korsinah.

The Biakoye Constituency Organiser of the NPP, Mr. Maxwell Tawiah, who also supported the ideas of the Queenmother, reiterated that Mr. Korsinah would not be a bad c

From Samuel Agbewode, Nkonya-Ahenkro