Masara Strengthens Closer Collaboration with District Assemblies

An entourage from Masara N’ Ariziki Farmers Association has paid a courtesy call to the Sisala East and West Districts in the Upper West Region.

The entourage lead by the newly appointed executive secretary, Mr Samuel Sey was aimed at familiarizing with the people and holding crucial discussions with the stakeholders.

During a meeting with the Sissala West Assembly DCE, Mr. Dramani Mahama applauded Masara for their continued support to farmers of the area.

He maintained that, his office was ready to partner with Masara to improve the living conditions of the people. He also expressed their readiness to assist Masara in making strides in their operations, especially in the area of credit recovery among members.

In another Development, the team received a warm reception by the Sissala East Assembly.

The DCE of the area Mr. Johson Sarboh reiterated the need for closer collaborations, stressing that, there was a need for Masara to extend their tentacles of in the area of stimulating good relationship with other areas, since that was the surest way of impacting positively on the people.

He lauded the leadership of Masara N’ Ariziki farmers association for embarking on such an important visit. He assured Team of the assembly’s commitment in developing the people through the supportive roles of partnership.

He appealed to the farmer association to invest more in corporate social responsibilities, since that was one of the means in seeping ties with the communities.

“My office is ever ready to complement Masara efforts in transforming lives among the inhabitants of the area,” he said.

Crucial issues were also discussed on new strategies that will inure to the mutual benefit of the two parties.

On his part the executive secretary of Masara N’Ariziki farmers association, hinted their intention in paying attention to closer collaboration to restore confidence in dealing with issues appropriately.

Mr. Samuel Sey hinted that, his arrival was accompanied with new policies and innovations that will see all stakeholders raked more benefits.

He appealed to the Assembly for unflinching support and commitment towards the achievements of the Masara vision, adding that the time was ripe for all parties to put all hands on desk in serving the ordinary citizens diligently without unnecessary setbacks.

He expressed the zeal of the association in contributing to the accelerated development of the area. He therefore appealed to the assembly to create an enabling environment that harnesses the operations of the association.

In attendance were the DCE’ of both Sissala West and East districts and some members of staff, and selected assembly members.

Also presence at the meeting were Madam Kate council chair of Masara N’ Ariziki farmers Association, Mr Seidu Nanumdoo, zonal supervisor of Masara, and Miss Safia Mustapha, the communication manageress of Masara N’ Ariziki farmers associations.

The meetings were held successfully in Gwollu and Tumu respectively.

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