Kwadaso MP tours constituency
From Issah Alhassan, Kumasi
The Member of Parliament (MP) for the Kwadaso Constituency, Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto, last week toured parts of his constituency to inspect completed and ongoing developmental projects initiated by him.
The tour was to enable him appraise the level of progress of some of the projects, and to also familiarise himself with some of the developmental issues affecting the people.
Some of the places visited by the MP, together with some members of the constituency executive, included Apire, Wamase, Kokode and the 4BN Barracks, where projects funded by his office had either been completed or under construction.
At Apire, the MP inspected a completed bus stop which was constructed for the community and its adjourning towns to provide respite for commuters who travel in and around the community.
Owusu Afriyie also inspected a completed three-unit classroom block at the Wamase Basic School, which he funded from his share of the Common Fund.
The tour also took him to Kokode, an old settlement within the constituency, where he inspected a water project and a toilet facility which he was undertaking for the people in the community.
His last stop was at the 4BN Barracks at Sofoline, where he is undertaking a six-unit classroom block and offices for a Junior High School in the area.
Dr. Akoto told The Chronicle after the tour that his main objective was to appraise himself with the level of development, so he could adequately appreciate the nature of work that lies ahead of him on his next parliamentary journey.
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