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We will be more accountable& transparent-SADA assures


The Savanna Accelerated Development (SADA) has said that it has learnt lessons from its past activities and has prepared to chart a new path in its rebranding and restructuring drive.

As part of rebranding and restructuring effort, the authority said its new way of doing things will involve the Chiefs more because they are the custodians of the land which SADA business activities are being carried out.

To ensure effective delivery of its mandate, the authority said, it will be more accountable and transparent than ever to the people of Ghana and business will not be as it used to be in the past. 

Speaking exclusively to Zaa News, the Acting Director of Monitoring and Evaluation of SADA and chairman of durbar of Chiefs Committee in the just ended SADA business and investment forum in Tamale, Yakubu. A. Yakubu explained that, Chiefs have the greater role to play in SADA’s success and any investor SADA brings into their operational regions must have the support of the traditional rulers. 

The SADA International Business Forum brought together over 120 both local and international exhibitors and the 63 Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies mounted stands for the five days forum in Tamale.

The over 35 Chiefs from the five SADA regions including, Brong and Ahafo, Volta, Northern, Upper East and Upper West Regions present  at the durbar offered useful suggestions in times of guidelines on the way forward of SADA which officials say will be considered in its activities in line with  its mandate contained in Act 805 of  2010.

The procurement officer of SADA, Alhaji Saaka Sulemana said there has been joint meetings with SADA management and the board and heads of cooperation including donor partners and international community to strategize on the way forward. 

This, he said are all measures SADA is putting in place to regain public confidence and also to ensure that transparency becomes their hallmark in their dealings.

He thanked the traditional rulers for their participation in the forum.




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