Mr. Evans Mottey, the Deputy Manager for Seed Production Division of Cocobod, is currently on transfer to the Ashanti Region as the Manager for Seed Production Division, Cocobod.
The management and staff of Cocobod, Western North Region, organized a lovely send-off get-together party for Mr. Mottey, which was attended by a large number of people. The party was a send-off party for Mr. Mottey.
In a brief statement, the celebrant, Mr. Evans Mottey, showed his excitement and gratitude by thanking all of those who were present, most particularly his former boss, Mr. Isaac Twumasi, and the organizers for putting on such an occasion in his honor.
He has been working in the region for some time now and has formed bonds with dedicated staff whose performances are appropriate, and as a result, he feels dejected about leaving Western North for a new region like Ashanti, where he has not worked before.
He said that the move from the area has made people feel both happy and sad.
He continued by saying that once you enter active service, many work responsibilities, such as transfers and others, are expected of you.
Once more, he pleaded with all of the personnel, but particularly the seed production division, to put in a lot of effort toward accomplishing the division’s goals and aims.
In a brief address, Mr. Isaac Twumasi, the regional manager for the seed production division, expressed his gratitude to Mr. Mottey for his devoted contribution to the division and, to a considerable extent, Western North Cocobod.
Mr. Twumasi couldn’t disguise his excitement, and he thanked Mr. Mottey for his devotion.
He challenged everyone to follow in the footsteps of Mr. Mottey and put in a lot of effort in their respective divisions because you never know what the future has in store for you.
He was grateful to Mr. Mottey and wished him the best of luck in his new role.
Some Management members and staff also advised Mr. Evans Mottey and expressed their best wishes to him.
Mr. Mottey was showered with Gift from Management and Staff
Story by: Robert Attoh Pro-WNRCC