Executive member of Victor’s Foundation for education and development(V-FED), Munta Iddriss has called on all indigens of Abuakwa north to do their part in the development of the constituency regardless of political or religious affiliation. He said this when executives of the foundation presented bags of rice to all mosque within the municipality at a cost of 3,200 cedis to commend them for their fasting and prayers for Ghana.
The foundation which is instituted by Ghana’s ambassador to the United Kingdom, Ambassador Victor Smith who was also the parliamentary candidate for the ruling National Democratic Congress(NDC) for Abuakwa North in the 2012 elections is to help the development of the area.
“I will entreat all people within the constituency to help in the development of the constituency since it is the only way to ensure the people gets all basic amenities in life instead of always waiting on government” Mr. Munta added.
Director of operations, Yusif Umar however assured people in the area of his outfit’s continious support to the development of the constituency. He emphasised the foundation has so far help in terms of education, sanitation and well-being of the people and appealed for all inclusive support in order to develop the area.
He therefore appealed to the people not to recognise the foundation as a political tool but rather see it as an agent of development.
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