Madam Veronica Alele Heming, the District Chief Executive nominee for the Bole District in the Savannah Region has finally been confirmed in her second attempt.
The president’s nominee in her second attempt today, 28th October, 2021 after her renomination polled 31yes votes out of 39 assembly members present representing 74.49% with 8 no votes representing 20.51%.
The Bole District assembly is made up of 39 assembly members consisting of 27 elected members and 12 government appointees.
Hon. Veronica Alele Heming in her acceptance speech thanked members of the assembly for reposing their confidence in her and that she has learned her lessons after she failed to be confirmed in the initial elections held.
“I’m over excited and I cannot express my heartfelt gratitude enough.
I’m overwhelmed by the confidence you have reposed in me again as the DCE for Bole and I’m ready to work in harmony with all members of the house for our mutual benefits.
“After I failed in the first attempt I went back to the drawing table and I’ve worked on myself and I hope that we will work together as before going forward”, she said.
She added that there were some unfinished projects in the district including the Bole market, the Bole teacher training college, the District DVLA office, SSNIT office among others and she is optimistic that she will work with the necessary stakeholders to make sure that these projects see the light of day.
The Savannah Regional Minister, Hon. Mauzu Saeed Jibril congratulated the DCE nominee on her confirmation and members of the assembly for their cooperation and considering the interest and development of the District in their decision.
He however disclosed that Hon. Veronica Alele has learnt her lessons and will work on her human relations among other habits which contributed to her failure to be confirmed as the DCE when she was first nominated.
Source: yagbonradioonline/Issah Zakaria