The Amansie South District led by Honourable Clement Opoku Gyamfi Esq today conducted its 67th National Independence Day parade at Manso Adubia Senior High School park in grand style. In attendance were the District Cordinatinating Director, the Presiding Member, Nananom, Education Director, and the District Police Commander and District Director of Health. The District Immigration Commander, District Fire Commander, Agric Director, the Headmaster of Manso Adubia SHS, and all the various Institutional and departmental heads.
Honourable Clement Opoku Gyamfi Esq in his speech commended all the participated schools for their wonderful display of patriotism and love for mother Ghana.
He also recognised 84 year old male triplets who have contributed immensely towards the district’s development.
Afterwards, a minute silent was observed for the late John Kwabena Boateng, a driver of Amansie South District Assembly who lost his life on Thursday, 29th February, 2024 at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.
Honourable Clement Opoku Gyamfi Esq emphasized that this is the era of hope, optimism and democracy. We must promote respect for individual, development and  rule of law where the pride of been a Ghanaian would be felt.
He said as custodians of democracy in our district, we must strive hard to partake in our democracy particularly during elections and to bring the development and political stability we seek.
Honourable Clement Opoku Gyamfi also entreated those who have attained 18 years to get registered when the Electoral Commission opens registration in order to exercise their franchise in the upcoming general elections.
Afterwards, the various schools were awarded according to the scores of three panel of judges.