I’m committed to fulfill my campaign promises – Mpohor MP
The Member of Parliament for Mpohor Constituency, John Abeam Sannie, has reiterated his commitment to fulfill all the promises made to the people of Mpohor constituency during 2020 elections.
According to him, he will work to ensure the party becomes attractive in the constituency.
Mr. John Abeam Sannie made the remarks when he presented 13 tricycles to the 13 electoral areas to be used to generate funds to run the day-to-day activities of the party at the grassroot.
He expressed discomfort to a situation whereby the party executives for the MP to come to the constituency and give them money before party activities can progress.
He stressed that the tricycles are meant to generate funds for the party to keep the party moving.
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Mr. Sannie who told the people to form a committee to manage the money it generates also admonished them to ensure the tricycles are maintained regularly to keep it in good condition.
The MP also donated 300 streetlights to be distributed to the people and a mower to the Mpohor Senior High School.
After the donation, the MP cut the sod for the construction of an ultra-modern party office at Mpohor.
He enumerated some projects he has executed since his election as the member of parliament in a two-year period.
This includes the electrification projects, scholarship, providing potable drinking water, as well as given jobs to the unemployed youth.
Mr. Sannie was joined by the Western Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Francis Ndede Siah and other regional executives.
Source: Ghananest.com/Matthew O. A. Dadzie