George Kwame Aboagye, the National Democratic Congress Member of Parliament (MP) for Ahanta West in the Western Region, has inaugurated two projects in the area to enhance the living standards of the people.
They are a mechanised water facility at Beahu and a 21-seater toilet at Yabbiw, which he indicated, were a fulfilment of his campaign promise to the two communities.
The MP appealed to Ghanaians to stop politicising projects; and rather… “learn to use money judiciously and not start new projects when similar uncompleted ones are in the catchment area.”
Mr Aboagye stated that the toilet project, was started by his predecessor.
He disclosed that feasibility studies on the bridge linking Busua and Dixcove had been completed, and funds would soon be released for its construction.
Mr Aboagye assured that he would work hard to improve education, water and sanitation in the constituency, adding that 240 students were benefiting from remedial classes at Agona and Apowa to better their grades.
The former assembly member for Beahu-Yabbiw, Albert K. Quarm, praised the MP for contributing to the development of the area.
From Peter Gbambilla, Beahu