The national executives and the entire membership of Ave Senior High School Old Students’ Association (AVOSA) have declared their unflinching support for Mr Prosper Kofi Patu, who is himself an old student of AVESCO, as the District Chief Executive for Akatsi North.

According to AVOSA, the old students and the entire Akatsi North District, were very happy with President Akufo-Addo’s nomination of an Old Student of the only Senior High School in Akatsi North, who is also an indigene of the area, to stir the affairs of the district.

They however expressed shock and disappointment over Mr. Patu’s rejection by Assembly Members on October 6, 2021, for unknown reasons.

The Association is however pleading with all stakeholders to come together and endorse one of their own as the next DCE for Akatsi North as he (Mr. Patu) has been re-nominated by President Akufo-Addo through the Regional Minister, Hon. Archibald Yao Letsa.

“We also implore especially, all Assembly Members and Government Appointees of the Akatsi North District Assembly to reconsider their stance on the nominee of the President. Besides, we are pleading that they consider the urgent developmental needs of the District and confirm the nominee this time to stir the affairs of the District,” a press release from the Association which was signed by the President, Mr. Richmond Edem Dzorkpe stated.

According to them, the President’s nominee for the area, Mr. Prosper Kofi Patu “is a known workaholic, result oriented, and dedicated to the development efforts of the area and we are confident that he will work assiduously to enhance the socioeconomic development of the District.”

The Old Students of AVESCO believes that the endorsement of Mr. Prosper Kofi Patu as the DCE for Akatsi North will go a long way to bring development and progress to the District.

They also believe that Ave Senior High School will receive the much needed attention and development when Mr. Patu becomes the DCE for the area.

Below is their Press Statement;



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