E/R: Suhum Diaries; Act 1 Scene 1; Hon Frederick Opare-Ansah Connects with his constituents

Hon Frederick Opare-Ansah, the legislator for Suhum constituency with the leadership of Suhum NPP led by Chairman Frederick Ofosu connects with some communities under their jurisdiction.

The legislator used the opportunity to school the constituents about the flagship programs and some major policies such as Free SHS, NABCO, YEA, etc. under NPP led Nana Addo government.

In his first phase, he donated Three hundred (300) street lights worth 2.4 billion old Ghana cedis to needy communities in the constituency.

He moved on with the scores of party leadership to Obuotumpan where he donated Twenty (20) bags of Cement, five hundred (500) pieces of roofing sheets and street lights to the Obuotumpan M. A primary school. The school was said to have suffered roofed off structures after a heavy rain storm over the past days and therefore both students and management were very enthusiastic about the gesture of the Parliamentarian and his entourage.

The legislator advised the pupils to work assiduously to reach their fullest potentials and also charged teachers to deliver to satisfaction regardless. He further reiterated the Akufo-Addo led government’s committed towards quality education and equal socio-economic development.

Management of the school received the items and expressed their unadulterated appreciation to the member of parliament for meeting them at the point of their need and making them have their fair share of the national cake appropriately.

The member of parliament ended the day by visiting the drone center in his constituency where he inspected progress.

Released by
Augustine Odei

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