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Over 64 women has benefitted from the benevolence of the Member of Parliament [MP] for Techiman South Constituency in the Bono East Region.

The donation which is part of the support from the MP’s initiative, MIKAM Foundation is mainly aimed to provide support for the needy in society as well as ease the burden of mothers in catering for their various homes.

Each of the women received a bale of ‘second-hand’ clothing which costs not less than GH¢ 1,200.00.

Totaling the amount in purchasing for the clothing’s, it is said to be GH¢ 240,000.00 which is from the coffers of the MPs Foundation.

Addressing the media at a small ceremony to do the presentation, Hon. Martin Adjei-Mensah Korsah indicated his preparedness to invest in the people especially single mothers, the needy and the youth in his constituency.

“I have always had that motivation to make the living standards of my people part of my priorities. It is on the back of this that I am here today presenting you with these ‘second-hand’ clothes to start up something small for yourselves.”

He therefore charged the beneficiaries to take advantage of the donation which will in return pave way for others to also benefit from the foundation.

Hon. Adjei-Mensah Korsah said to ensure unity and peace in the area, he has adopted a strategy of distributing resources fairly to all communities and institutions and persons in the constituency.

The MIKAM Foundation since its establishment has supported a number of persons and institutions in the Region.

With the institution of Teachers Award, teachers are been motivated with incentives such as car, tricycle, fridges among other electronics.

This, according to the Foundation is to show appreciation to the teachers for their contribution towards the development of education in the Municipality.

Some of beneficiaries of the ‘second-hand’ expressed their profound gratitude to the MP for the support.

According to them, the donation from the MPs foundation will go a long way to help them and their families.

By: Ophelia Aboagyewaa & Esther Ner-ano/RadioLink/Techiman

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