The District Chief Executive, Managemnet and Staff of Asunafo South District Assembly on 25th July, 2023 paid a courtesy call on the Omanhene of Kukuom Traditional Council, Osahene Nana Kwaku Aterkyi II at his Palace in Kukuom.
The purpose of the visit was for the Hon. District Chief Executive to officially introduce the newly posted District Coordinating Director, District Finance Officer and the District Environmental Health Officer to the Omanhene and the Traditional Council.
Addressing the Omanhene, Hon. Frank Aduse Poku acknowledged the authority of the Traditional Council and maintained that his vision is to see the development of Asunafo South District through peaceful coexistence between the Traditional Council and the Assembly. he introduced Mr. Oliver Opoku Yeboah, Mr. Halid Yakubu Abdul-Rahman and Mr. Dominic Kofi Antwi as the newly posted officers to the District. In his address, the Omanhene, Osahene Nana Kwaku Aterkyi II stressed the importance of Local Governance in the development of the District. He reiterated the enormous benefits the District has enjoyed in the past under the Local Government system. Adding up, the Omanhene touched on a number of activities that hinders the progress of the district. He talked about how refuse is gradually engulfing the district, people building indiscriminately without Building Permits, a lot of attachments to houses which has made access to lanes impossible whenever a problem arises etc. He therefore on behalf of the Traditional Council pledged their unflinching support to the Assembly especially the new District Coordinating Director in ensuring that the District is set on the right path.

Mr. Oliver Opoku Yeboah who also addressed Nananom pointed out that, Management of the District Assembly can only be effective and successful if the Traditional Council rally behind them to offer unconditional support and advice in all spheres to ensure the development of the District. He added up to the challenges raised by the Traditional Council. Key amongst them was the refusal to pay Burial Permit, non-payment of daily market tolls and non-payment of Container fees to the Assembly. He was optimistic that, when indigenes understand why they should pay taxes and pay them as required, the entire district will experience significant development in the district.