Tarkwa MP Donates Sewing Machines, Modern Streetlights & Others To Constituents

The MP presenting the sewing machines to the beneficiaries The MP presenting the sewing machines to the beneficiaries

Member of Parliament for (MP) Tarkwa-Nsuaem, George Mireku Duker, as parts of his routine activities to touch the lives of his constituents, has engaged the people of Nkwanta and Nsuaem communities under his Constituency where he donated sewing machines, Photocell Streetlights and other items.

The MP undertook the engagement with the two communities last Saturday, October 9, 2021, in a company of some of his constituency executives.

At Nkwanta, the chiefs and people applauded the MP for his service to them, as well as his contribution towards the completion of their community center which they started decades ago.

He has, therefore, donated four sewing machines to four young women, who have expressed interest to learn tailoring and has taken up the cost to pay for their period of apprenticeship.

The lawmaker, also donated ten pieces of modern Photocell Streetlights to beef up visibility in the Nkwanta community as he assured the townsfolks of timely completion of their community clinic project which he started.

At Nsuaem, which hosts the larger part of the MP's infrastructural projects initiated during his first term, he replicated the same donations and commitment made during his engagement with the people Nkwanta.

Mr Mireku Duker, who double as Deputy Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, used the opportunity to inspect the progress of some infrastructure projects initiated within the Nsuaem community.

According to him, he was very glad thatthe 6-unit classroom block is completed and awaiting commissioning. Other projects he inspected include; Nsuaem inner-town roads, Nsuaem Polyclinic, as well as the new Secondary School (SHS) project for the community which are all progressing steadily towards completion.

In his remarks, the MP indicated to the communities that, the fact that he did not win in those two communities during the 2020 election, will not let down his efforts in finishing those iconic projects, insisting, "their votes were part of my victory".

The people of Nsuaem community in their submission pleaded for their regrets over some of their actions during the 2020 elections.

To end his engagements, the MP later engaged all Electoral Area Coordinators ahead of the Western Regional Annual Delegates Conference, to account to them his activities so far, and commended them for their good works.

He assured them of strengthening the party's fronts in the constituency as they strategize to break the eight in the 2024 general elections.

Source: www.theheraldghana.com