Story: Atta Kwaku BOADI
The management of an Accra-based television station,Amansan Television(ATV) and its sister company, First Digital,all members of Groupe Nduom,a multi-national conglomerate,has appreciated the contribution of the Member of Parliament (MP) for Builsa South, Hon.Dr Clement Abas Apaak in the area of education.
Dr Apaak who is the Deputy Ranking Member on parliament’s Education Committee was therefore honoured by ATV at the station’s end of year fun games held on Friday,December 10, 2021 at the Aviation Social Centre in Accra.
In a citation read on behalf of the Station by Head of News of ATV,Atta Kwaku Boadi to acknowledge the immense contribution of the Builsa South MP, said,”you have been a consistent and dedicated leader for your constituency, augmenting your involvement in the developmental agenda of your constituency in the area of education and other acts of generosity which have put smiles and ignited a sense of hope, purpose and oneness among the indigenes.
We say thank you and may you not relent in doing what is good as the good Lord will replenish and replicate you in equal measure”.
In his acceptance remarks,the vociferous MP thanked the management of ATV and First Digital particularly, the Chairman and President of Groupe Nduom ,Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom for recognising his good works to the development of the country.
Dr Apaak who could not hide his excitement said, “this is my first award since i became a politician”.
To this end, he said, the honour done him would spur him on to do more for the country,especially his constituents who he dedicated the award to.
He urged the ATV staff not to give up, but to continue to hold public office holders accountable by bringing out the ills in society.
He also used the occasion to call on the government to recognise the rights of Persons With Disabilities(PWDs).
He indicated that, the PWDs in Ghana deserved better, hence his appeal to government not to abandon them.