Garu MP constructs 20 boreholes to solve perennial water crisis.

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Garu Constituency in the Upper East Region, Mr. Albert Akuka Alalzuuga has break grounds for the construction of 14 boreholes to solve the perennial water crisis in some communities in the constituency.

Aside the 14 which is under construction, other six have been completed for communities such as Kpatibuar, Kparisakun, Kukbulug, Kolsuuga, Kpatua No. 2, and Atamidabood.

The Garu lawmaker despite his workloads in parliament, made time to tour around the constituency to inspects some on-going projects he has initiated.

                                 One of the 14 boreholes under construction

Speaking in exclusive interview with Today, after his tour, the affable MP said besides his tight schedule as an MP, he finds time to visit his constituents regularly to assess their needs and demands to enable him find lasting solutions to most of their challenges.

Mr Alalzuuga said the funding for the projects have been secured thus the projects will be completed within schedule.

He was of the view that early completion of the projects will helped greatly in reducing water related diseases in the constituency.

Before his tour to inspect the on-going projects which includes the construction of 14 boreholes which are at the various stages of completion, the Garu lawmaker organised health screening to screen over 3000 constituents of various illnesses.




Some constituents waiting for their turn to be screen 


           Mr. Albert Akuka Alalzuuga , Garu MP in a handshake with an old woman after she was screened  

Aside the screening, the MP also donated dual desks to some schools in his constituency.

Mr Alalzuuga pledged to continue working hard both in and outside Parliament to give a true representation of his constituents at all times.




Story: Franklin ASARE-DONKOH

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