I have fulfilled most of my 2008 campaign promises – MP



Politics of Monday, 4 January 2016

Source: GNA

Mrs Freda Prempeh, the Member of Parliament (MP) for Tano North Constituency, over the weekend said she has fulfilled almost all the 2008 campaign promises she made to the people.

She asked her constituents to be in expectancy as she lobbied for more development projects that would better their lot this year.

Mrs Prempeh told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in an interview at Duayaw-Nkwanta that all the communities in her constituency had one way or the other benefited from development projects.

She said last year she supported the renovation of the Yamfo Police Post with 100 bags of cement, reshaped the Yamfo-Assen road and provided solar street lights at the Assen Township.

The MP said the Ahyiayem community also benefited from street lights, packets of roofing sheets, as well as health and education support.

Mrs Prempeh said at Susuanso, she supported the construction of the durbar grounds, provided 100 bags of cement to the local Presbyterian mission and streetlights in the town.

She said she supplied the Susuanso traditional council with two computers and two printers, a multi-purpose photo copier machines and funded the construction of several boreholes in most of the rural areas in the Constituency.

Mrs Prempeh expressed appreciation to the chiefs and people in the area for their cooperation and she gave the assurance that with their support, she would be able to help address most of the challenges confronting the people.

She entreated the people to retain her in the general election so that she would be able to complete all the on-going projects she had started.

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