The Member of Parliament (MP) for Techiman North Constituency in the Bono East Region has expressed intensions to make Toubodom one of the most developed towns in the country.
Lawyer Elizabeth Ofosu Agyare who made this known to the chiefs and members of the constituency said what drives her in that regard is how posterity would judge her after being chosen to represent the constituency in Parliament.
“I prefers to be remembered as an MP who fulfilled her promises than to be the one who will be sharing GH¢20 to her constituents before election” she declared at a durbar to commission Yamoransa Lab 10, an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) lab.
The lab was built by the MP in partnership with two other organization—Friends of Yamoransa Foundation and Helping Africa Foundation.
The Executive Director for Helping Africa Foundation Mr. Japhet Aryiku, expressed gratitude to Madam Elizabeth for the engagement, since it has been the organization’s goal to establish similar facilities across the regions of the country.
“We are willing to partner with any organizations and individuals that is interested in building more labs, even in regions where we have already built one since we are committed to building such facilities across the 16 regions of the country” he indicated.
Meanwhile, the President for Yamoransa Foundation, Dr. Deborah Rose added that, they want to come back one day and see the students in the constituency enjoy lessons on all subjects to excel in their Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) and also in IT and Art education.
Among the invited Chiefs of the community was Nana Amankwah Tetrete of Tuobodom Akwamu represented Nana Agyei Kokoo Takyifri Beyeeman I. He expressed his gratitude when speaking at the durbar and pleaded with the MP to write more letters to other NGOs to come and establish developmental projects in Tuobodom.
“All what Tuobodom want is peace building and developmental projects for people to come and see that now our community has improved” he requested earnestly.
Nana Obeng Ameyaw II also recounted challenges they had to go through with the acquisition of land for the building project.
He further commended Nana Amankwah for committing to peace and urged parents to encourage their wards to patronize the facility.