The President’s representative in Suhum Hon Mrs Margaret Darko Darkwa on Tuesday 10th December 2019 supported some communities under her county.
The support was as a result of requests from the various communities to aid them renovate and complete some projects within their jurisdiction.
Mrs Darkwa used the opportunity to educate the communities she visited about the flagship programs and some major policies introduced by NPP led Nana Addo government such as Free SHS, 1D1F, restoration of trainee allowances, 1m dollars per constituency, strengthening of NHIS, etc.
The entourage was first move to Nankese where she donated 100 bags of cement to the Nankese Presby JHS to complete their B stream block.
Management of the school received the items and expressed their unadulterated appreciation to the MCE for remembering them at the point of their need. Mrs Darkwa then advised the teachers to rescind their decision and go back to the classroom and teach the pupils since government is quest to meet their demands.
She further took the spotlight to Kromameng where she interacted with the inhabitants to discover their plea and sentiments.She then promised to build teachers bungalow and provide mower for the school before her tenure of office elapsed. After the interaction, she donated 50 bags of cement to the school to complete their renovation projects. The people of the area expressed their profound gratitude to the MCE for the kind gesture towards them.
The president’s representative ended her visit at Obretema electoral area a town called Esaase where the MCE used the opportunity to school the populace on government policies and social interventions to the betterment of the nation. Ending her speech, she donated 50 bags cement and 8 packet of roofing sheets to start the construction of a KG block. The people requested boreholes and were given positive feedback by the MCE.
The sectoral achievements of Mrs Darkwa was not muted but was triumphant in all the communities we visited to show how far she has brought the municipality in terms of development.
Director of Communications NPP, Suhum