Prestea MP donates items  *To farmers & Bompieso Methodist Church


DEPUTY Minister of Lands and Natural Resources in-charge of Mines who doubles as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Prestea Huni-Valley Constituency of the Western Region, Mrs. Barbara Oteng-Gyasi, has consistently made time to visit her people and made sure their needs remained her ultimate objective to fulfil.


The MP, who was accompanied by the Municipal Chief Executive  (MCE) of the area, Mr Mozart K. Owuh, toured communities such as Subriso, Cocoa Shed, Pewodee all in Heman Electoral Area and  Patase, Koduakrom, Domeabra, Asuohyia in the Damang Electoral Area and Aboso.


In addition, the two personalities visited Bompieso Methodist Church to deliver a promise the MP made to the church.


As part of the two-day visit to the communities, the MP and the MCE donated

200 bags of cement to the Bompieso Methodist Church to aid in the construction of a new church building.


They also donated an amount of GH¢10,000 to help support the roofing of the church.


Some of the donations they made included 50 bags of cement to Pewodee to support the construction of a teachers quarters, three cocoa spraying machines to farmers of Patase and Pewodee.


Others were six boxes of Confidor, and agrochemicals were given to farmers at Cocoa Shed, Subriso and Koduakrom to support cocoa production and an amount of GH¢ 2,000 to support Methodist Synod Crusade at Aboso.


The beneficiaries thanked the MP and the MCE profusely for thinking and caring about them. Very Rev. Mrs.Deborah Nyarko Affenyi said: “there are several people who gave us promise but refused to honour them.


“But, in the case of Mrs. Oteng-Gyasi, she has honoured her promise. We are grateful to her as a church, and pray for more successes in her endeavours,” the beneficiaries noted.


Personalities who accompanied the MP and the MCE included Mr. Ebenezer Owusu, Chairman Abiam Danso, NPP Constituency Chairman, Prestea Huni-Valley, Mr. Anokye, 1st Vice Chairman of NPP, PHM, Emmanuel Ennor Arthur, 2nd Vice Chairman, NPP, PHM, Francis Abeiku Yankah, and Hajia Azume, Women’s Organiser.



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