Government Will Continue To Work With Local Government Institute- OB Amoah Assures

The Deputy Minister for Local Government and Decentralization, Hon. Osei Bonsu Amoah aka OB Amoah has stated since 2003 the local government institute has suffered from infrastructure and resources deficit.

Speaking at the official launch of the Enhanced Scheme of Services Training (SoST) for staff of the local government service(LGS) in Accra, the minister explained that, his ministry will continue to work with the Institute and other partners to complete the ongoing infrastructural expansion and has also supported both Accra and Tamale Campuses of the Institute with vehicles for effective delivery.

He, therefore, assured that the infrastructural investments and the vehicular support will help the institute recruits staff and facilitate the delivery of the planned training and academic programmes within the local government sector.

The Head of local government services, Nana Ato Arthur also encourage the participants to be more committed to capacity-building training to help deliver quality service at all levels to their various assembly.

He added that the aim of the training is to equip and sharpen the professional knowledge, skills, and attitudes of staff for improved job performance and organizational effectiveness.

Meanwhile, Director for Local Government Institute, Dr. Nicholas Awortwi also some of the courses and their benefits to the participants and Ghana as a whole.

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