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The workshop was facilitated by Mr. Frederick Agyarko Oduro and Mr. Richard Abankwah Agyapong from the Institute of Local Government Studies.

The Institute of Local Government Studies (ILGS) has organized a two-day orientation and training workshop for Assembly members of KMA and Tafo Municipal Assembly at the Clogsag Conference Hall in Kumasi on Monday 24th and Tuesday 25th August, 2020.

The purpose of the workshop was to educate Assembly members on the overview of the entire Local Government System, Ghana’s Decentralization Policy and the Local Governance system.

It was also to enlighten the members on the District Assembly system and the specific role sand responsibilities of an Assembly member.



Mr. Abankwah Agyapong delivering a lecture

The Metro Coordinating Director of KMA, Mr. Akuamoah Boateng in his opening remarks entreated the honorable members to take keen interest in the training since it would go a long way to help them in their future endeavors as Assembly members.

The Assembly members were taken through transparency and accountability in the management of Assemblies, ethics, participatory governance among others.

The workshop was facilitated by Mr. Frederick Agyarko Oduro and Mr. Richard Abankwah Agyapong from the Institute of Local Government Studies.

An Assembly member asking a question at the workshop

The workshop was facilitated by Mr. Frederick Agyarko Oduro and Mr. Richard Abankwah Agyapong from the Institute of Local Government Studies.

Mr. Abankwah Agyapong delivering a lecture

An Assembly member asking a question at the workshop

The workshop was facilitated by Mr. Frederick Agyarko Oduro and Mr. Richard Abankwah Agyapong from the Institute of Local Government Studies.

Mr. Abankwah Agyapong delivering a lecture

An Assembly member asking a question at the workshop

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