‘Bosome-Freho roads to see facelift’


NEW Patriotic Party (MP) Member of Parliament (MP) for Bosome-Freho Constituency in the Ashanti Region, Madam Joyce Adwoa Akoh Dei aka Obaatanpa, has assured residents of the constituency of her commitment to get the Ministry of Roads and Highways to rehabilitate the bad roads in the area.


This, she noted, was to ensure residents get relief from the dust that they have had to grapple with daily in the constituency.


According to her, the roads connected to the areas which are Asante Bekwai to Asiwa Adeito, Kwantapong, Kokobeng are all in bad shapes, making transport difficult for commuters.


She indicated that she was driven to reshape the deplorable roads due to the overwhelming support she enjoyed from the people of Bosome-Freho during the election that eventually elected her.


She maintained that she would be the first MP in the constituency in two years to have initiated the reshaping of bad roads in these communities, adding that the roads have really affected the lives of residents in the communities.


Before the reconstruction of the roads, Madam Dei stated that she had earlier initiated and funded constructions of community centres in areas including Abosamso, Asamama and Ampaha, connected 34 communities to the national grid, and constructed an ultra-modern KG block for Subriso.


“I also initiated and funded constructions of ultra-modern toilet facilities in areas including Beposo, Danso, Tebeso Number Two and an ultra-modern market centre at Asiwa and provision of potable water for Freso and Nsuta areas respectively.


“My focus is to see to it that all the towns in my constituency get access to public toilets in the next decade, schools with adequate infrastructure and also set up a fund for needy and brilliant students,” the female MP disclosed.


Madam Dei gave these assurances when she held a meeting with the constituency polling station executives at Ahodwo-Adiebeba to deliberate on issues bothering on development in the constituency.




Writer’s email: freeman.koryekpor@todaygh.com




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