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The Member of Parliament [MP] for Techiman South Hon. Henry Yiadom Boakye together with the New Patriotic Party [NPP] Parliamentary Candidate for the constituency Hon. Martin Adjei-Mensah Korsah have jointly cut sod for the construction of the road from Twemea Nkwanta through Koase to Twemea in the Bono East region.

The road construction forms part of the ‘Year of Roads Project’ initiated by the ruling government to provide good and accessible roads to all constituencies in the country.

Speaking in an interview with Radio Link News reporter Sikahemaa Esther during a short ceremony to break ground for the construction works to begin, the MP for the constituency Hon. Henry Yiadom Boakye said the current government has been good to the people of Techiman and its environs since every policy initiated has benefited them.

He added that the construction of the road has been a dream come through since past governments have continuously abandoned the road.

He charged the residents in the three beneficiary communities who will ply the road to continue supporting the NPP government and vote to retain the government come December 7.

In addition the Deputy Minister for Regional Re-organisation and Development who is the NPP parliamentary candidate for Techiman South Martin Adjei-Mensah Kordsah assured the people that the ruling government will continue to support them with developmental projects as seen on the ground.

He charged them to support the project as the contractor is willing to work speedily to complete the work within the stipulated time.

He appealed to the people to vote massively for the New Patriotic Party in the impending December 7 elections.

The Chief of Twemea who is also the Sanaahene for Techiman Nana Ankoma Frimpong commended the government and its representation in Techiman South for the development extended top them. He called for de-politicization of the road construction since the road will benefit all devoid of the person’s political affiliation.

Source: Ophelia Aboagyewaa Kumi / RadioLinkNewsroom/Techiman


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