Afigya Sekyere East MP donates 340 bags of cement for completion of projects

August 23, 2017
Afigya Sekyere East MP donates 340 bags of cement for completion of projects

The Member of Parliament for Afigya Sekyere East Constituency, Mavis Nkansah Boadu has donated 340 bags of cement to various communities in her constituency in her quest to decentralize development in her constituency.

According to her, it forms part of her promise in the round-up to the December 2016 elections towards the successful completion of various uncompleted projects across her constituency.

Hon Mavis Nkansah Boadu during the presentation indicated that the completion of various projects within the communities will help actualise her vision of transforming the Afigya Sekyere East constituency in the Ashanti Region.

The donation exercise was carried out at various communities which include Kona Palace, where 100 bags of cement were presented to the community for the construction of a school building. At the Wiamoase Palace, 100 bags were also presented for the completion of the Wiamoase Palace and other related projects.

The next community to benefit from this gesture was Bepoase; 40 bags and 20 bags of cement were respectively presented towards the completion of Bepoase Islamic Primary school and Bepoase Methodist School.

Other communities such as Bipoah, also received their share including 100 bags of cement, which were presented to the chiefs and people to facilitate the speedy completion of the Bipoa Town Palace and other uncompleted projects.

Hon. Nkansah Boadu expressed her gratitude to the people for reposing confidence in her and giving her the opportunity to represent them in Parliament.

She reiterated her commitment to ensure that development is brought at the door step of the people with emphasis on education and youth development as her paramount concern as boldly enshrined in the manifesto of the NPP under his excellence President Nana Akufo-Addo.

Furthermore, she also used the occasion to inform the chiefs and people of Kona ,Bipoa ,Bepoase, Agona and Wiamoase  of government’s plan for the country and her burning desire to start a Vocational and Technical Training School with plans far advanced for commencement beginning, 1st September 2017.

The initiative is expected to enroll and train over 300 youths across the constituency with practical lessons in Carpentry, masonry, hairdressing, electrical works and catering among others.