New executive for Abbosey Okai Spare Parts Dealers Association

New executive for Abbosey Okai Spare Parts Dealers Association

● Some of the new executives

A 14- member executive of Abbosey Okai Spare Parts Dealers Asso­ciation in Accra has been sworn into office with a call on members to rally behind the officials to enable the association to succeed.

The new executives who are man­dated to serve a four-year- tenure, pledged to uphold the ideals of the association and promote the interest of all.

Addressing the gathering, the immediate past Co-Chairman of the association, Mr Ampadu Siaw, asked members to create a conducive work­ing environment in order to remain in business.

He said his administration had established a complaint centre to help resolve concerns of customers. “ Let’s, therefore, allow the system to work for the mutual benefit of all,” he said.

He thanked the District Police Command and the Municipal Author­ity for their respective assistance to the association and its members. He added that it was refreshing to note that theft cases had subsided in the area.

Mr Siaw called on members who had not registered with the associa­tion to do so in order to get a sound revenue base to operate effectively.

He was not happy with the man­ner in which valuable spare parts were carried on motorcycles and delivered to customers, stressing that the new administration should work hard in curbing the practice.

He bemoaned the gross indisci­pline of members who traded on the streets resulting in the congestion of the area as well as those who repaired cars on the streets.

He said the executive had realised and invested GHC 37,000.00 in the association and called on the new executive to work hard and move the association forward.

The Chairman of the new ex­ecutive, Mr Henry Okyere Juniour also thanked the members for the confidence reposed in his team and promised to give Abbosey Okai a “new look and assured all that he would work hard in promoting the interest of members.

The Chief of Abbosey Okai, Nii Ab­bosey ll, appealed to the executive to consider the creation of an ultramod­ern car park and asked members to support the new executive to succeed.

Responding to a request made by the District Command of Police for logistics to facilitate its operations, a patron of the executive, Mr Kofata, promised to donate a motorbike.

By Raymond Kyekye

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