Date Created : 12/3/2018 1:38:19 AM : Story Author : Modern Ghana
This facility was commissioned as one of the 2016 electioneering campaign promises made by the New Patriotic Party in the area to improve the living standards of the residents.
During the inaugural ceremony held in the area over the weekend, the MCE who performed the ceremony on behalf of his MP, Hon. Catherine Afeku revealed that the project was undertaken under the Catherine Afeku's Environment and Social Amenity Projects to help halt dependence on polluted streams for drinking and bathing as well as the spread of waterborne diseases.
He said “This is the time for leaders in the country to walk their talks by providing the urgent needs of the people, hence, this gesture of the provision of the pipe-borne water. He, therefore, urged the community to properly manage the facility to prolong its lifespan.
He seized the opportunity to thank the Member of Parliament for the area, Hon. Catherine Afeku for fulfilling her campaign pledge and called on other MPs to mimic the leadership style of the MP to improve the living standards of their electorates. "This project was solely founded by Hon. Catherine Afeku and we have to thank her and also pray hard for her to get strength to do more, my MP is really performing well and we have to support her to work hard, politics is all about development", he emphasized.
He rallied the people to give strong backing to the implementation of the various interventions and programmes meant to make things better for everybody. He also appealed to the residents to rally behind the NPP government for more developments. The Chief of the area, Nana Kokoado II,expressed his profound appreciation to the MCE on behalf of the MP for the kind gesture and asked God to bless her to live long and also called on his subjects to take good care of project.
He, therefore, promised to ensure periodic maintenance of the project to prolong its lifespan. He said the extension of the pipe-borne water to the community by the MP was a great relief to them because they had to journey almost 4.5 kilometres to some River to draw water for domestic purposes.
He seized the opportunity and appealed for some other social amenities such as clinic and school blocks in the area. On another development, the Municipal Chief Executive for Nzema East, Hon. Frank Okpenyen presented streetlight bulbs, dustbins and fans to Axim Girls Senior High school in the Municipality.
During the presentation, the MCE assured them that he and the MP will do their possible best to help them get that football field before school vacates. He advised the students to take their studies seriously since they are the future leaders and refrain from bad morals that could halt their education. He also urged them to take serious advantage of the President Akufo-Addo's Free SHS flagship program.
He, therefore, called on the school management to take good care of the donations to achieve it intended purposes and promised to liaise with the MP to develop the school. The MCE had interaction with the Head and the teachers on issues that are of mutual benefit to the school and the Municipality. The students were happy and appealed to him to help them get a foot ball field.