CLOGSAG honours members in Kassena-Nankana Municipal

Tuesday 16th July, 2019
By Anthony Apubeo, GNA

Navrongo (U/E), July 16, GNA - The Kassena-Nankana Municipal branch of the Civil and Local Government Staff Association of Ghana (CLOGSAG) in the Upper East Region has honoured some dedicated and hardworking members.

The first Maiden Annual Excellence Awards Ceremony held in Navrongo was aimed at celebrating outstanding contributions of workers in the course of their work.

The event, which attracted various stakeholders including Mr Alhassan Ziblim Alhassan, the Municipal Coordinating Director, Regional and Municipal CLOGSAG Executives, was also to motivate and encourage other civil servants to join the Association.

Addressing the function on behalf of Mr Williams Adum, the Municipal Chief Executive, Mr Al-hassan Ziblim Alhassan, the Municipal Coordinating Director, applauded the workers for their outstanding achievements.

Whilst urging CLOGSAG members to continue to work hard towards the growth of the Municipality, the nation and the world at large, the Municipal Coordinating Director, also called on corporate bodies to come on board to help push development in the area.

Mr Alhassan, however, tasked the members to keep abreast with the code of conduct governing the Civil and Local Government Services and gave the assurance that government has put in place measures to ensure that the general working conditions were improved for workers.

Mr Paul Apam, the Regional Chairman of CLOGSAG, who commended the awardees for their great work, urged them to be good ambassadors of the Association and thanked the MCE for supporting the event.

Mr Abdul-Baqi Alhassan, the Municipal Chairman of CLOGSAG, appealed to Management of the Assembly to address pertinent concerns, such as the delays and frustrations in promotion, upgrading and conversions of staff, poor and inadequate working tools.

The overall hardworking activist award was presented to Madam Awineboya Apoya. Other hardworking activists awards were presented to Mr James Brown Fankey, Mr Aaron Dijera Adiga, Madam Juliana Anaba and Mr Lucas Amikiya Aligire.