Akyem Oda MP rewards hard-working  public sector workers.

The Member of Parliament for Akyem Oda constituency, Hon. Alexander Akwesi Acquah, has, in an effort to motivate hard-working public service workers in Akyem Oda constituency, rewarded them for a job well done in the constituency.

The theme for this year’s award ceremony is “Promoting Workplace Excellence Through Recognition”.

This is the second time the Member of Parliament for Akyem Oda constituency is rewarding hard-working public sector workers in the constituency.

In an interview with the media during the awards ceremony, Hon. Alexander Akwesi Acquah stated that it’s not that he has gotten enough money; that’s why he is rewarding the workers, but he wants to reward the workers for their service in Akyem Oda constituency so that it will encourage them to do more for the constituency.

According to him the public servants are part of the people who are lifting the name of the constituency.

He said through the program, some people have been promoted in their various institutions, so he thought it would be wise to continue so that it would motivate others to work hard so that they would also be rewarded.

Hon. Alexander Akwesi Acquah said there’s no motivation in the public sector, so he thought it would be better to reward them so that it would encourage them to deliver well.

He promised to give the best worker a car next year.

Hon Alexander Akwesi Acquah, commends the workers for doing great work for the people of Akyem Oda.

All the people who receive awards on the day commend the MP for remembering them and awarding them for the work they are doing in the area.

The proprietress of Christal International School Mrs. Beiko, who received a special award for her contribution to the constituency, expressed her appreciation to the MP for organizing such an event to reward hard-working public sector workers in Akyem Oda.

According to her, the awards will encourage the workers to give their best to the constituency.

She promised that next year they would excel more in the Basic Education Certificate Exams.

Report by Samuel Quaye.

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