Kwadaso MP inspects ongoing projects in his constituency

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The Member of Parliament (MP) for Kwadaso Constituency, Dr. S. K Nuamah has tour his constituency to inspect ongoing developmental projects.
Dr. S. K Nuamah was accompanied by the New Patriotic Party(NPP) Communication Director and assembly members in the Municipality.

He inspected IPT and Nyankyerenease asphalt road, ongoing Tanoso-Techiman road, Nyankyerenease, Tanoso and Techiman mechanized borehole and Apatrapa toilet facility.

Addressing the media after his inspection, he expressed satisfaction in the ongoing road project in the constituency.

According to Dr. S.K Nuamah, the road project is part of government ‘Year of Roads’ initiatives to fix deplorable roads in the country.

“As Member of Parliament, my job is to lobby more projects to my constituency. Kwadaso constituency has witnessed massive road projects under President Akuffo Addo’s administration. I’ll continue to lobby for more projects for the good people of Kwadaso because they gave me the mandate to serve them” Dr. S. K Nuamah said.

Dr. S. K Nuamah assured that Kwadaso-Edwenase market to Star Junction road will see facelift ‘soon’.

Residents of Techiman appealed to the MP to complete the ongoing Tanoso-Techiman road project on time.
Dr. S.K. Nuamah assured that measures have been put in place by the contractor and the assembly to complete the road on time saying ‘Kwadaso constituency is witnessing massive project within his first term.’

Water Projects
On the ongoing water projects he said “during my campaign, it was my vision to fix water challenges in the constituency. I will do everything within my power to lobby for more water projects to help eradicate water challenges in this area.’

Meanwhile residents of Nyankyerenease, Tanoso and Techiman expressed gratitude to DR. S.K Nuamah for addressing water challenges in their communities.
“We always had to struggle for water and sometime walk long distance to fetch water. The situation was so pathetic. We thank Dr. S.K Nuamah for coming to our aid” they said.


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