The Member of Parliament for Suhum Constituency, Hon. Frederick Opare Ansah last Friday led a delegation including Constituency executives and some party faithfuls to interact with four selected communities (Supresu, Kukua, Koransang and Kromameng) on current national and economic issues and solicit their views and areas of needful relieves.
The law maker and his team first arrived at Supresu where he had good time interaction with teachers, students, community leaders and all people present.
There, he took time to explain current policies the Akufo-Addo led government has put and is yet to put in place to bring relief to the ordinary Ghanaian. He threw more light on the Planting for Food and Jobs policy, the free Senior High School policy, the Sinohydro deal which is geared towards bringing massive infrastructural development and the reasons for the implementation of the Double-track policy in some second cycle schools.
He stated emphatically that government is bent on putting up many infrastructure in schools implementing double-track for them to be able to accommodate all students in a single track from September this year. This is in line with Akufo-Addo’s government commitment to better and accessible education. The people gathered, posed several questions for clarity and were duly addressed by the legislator. Closing from Supresu, he donated 40 bags of cement and 300 pieces of roofing sheets and 5 streetlights to aid the renovation of a classroom block and community development.
In Kukua and koransang, the Member of Parliament met similar gathering, addressed them appropriately, responded to their questions and worries accordingly and gave them assurance of remediation in the shortest possible time. He donated 30 bags of cement and 15 streetlights to Kukua and Koransang respectively.
Ending the tour with Kromameng, also under his jurisdiction, he had deep interaction with the community on pertinent issues of government and societal development. He encouraged the spirit of communalism among members of the society to help build a better Ghana. He satisfied a promise of 50 bags of cement which he had made to the community to aid the construction of school block and urged them to make productive use of it to the benefit of all.
The Member of Parliament is expected to embark on similar patrols to remaining communities under his ambit in the shortest possible time.
Director of Communications NPP, Suhum.