Builsa South MP Funds Projects In Communities, Donates over 500 bags of cement, sand & gravel
…Donates over 500 bags of cement, trips of sand &gravel
The Member of Parliament (MP) for Builsa South in the Upper East Region, Dr. Clement Apaak, has offered support to six communities in his constituency to enable them to carry on with some self-help projects initiated by the residents.
The support by the MP includes the donation of over 500 bags of cement, more than 100 trips of sand and gravel, as well as cash, towards the successful completion of the projects.
The donation was to support the construction of a two-unit kindergarten (KG) block, construction of delivery room attached to CHPS compound, building of kitchen for school feeding caterers and purchase of water pumping machine to supply water during the dry season for farming, among others.
Beneficiary communities are Tuperinsa, Suik, Tuedema, Musedema, Bachongsa and Kasiesa.
These were made on behalf of the MP by the constituency chairman, Mr. Ceaser Akinkang, and other executives of the party.
The gesture by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) lawmaker, which has been ongoing for sometime now, The Anchor gathered, forms part of his plans to transform the constituency and improve the living conditions of the constituents.
At a community called Tuperinsa, the MP donated 200 bags of cement, 10 trips of sand and two trips of gravels for the construction of a centre for pregnant women and nursing mothers to meet nurses weekly.
In Tuedema, they received 30 bags of cement and two trips of sand toward the construction of a kitchen for school feeding caterers to cook for pupils.
The Suik community was also given 100 bags of cement and five trips of sand for a two-unit KG block project, while the residents of Musedema received 50 bags of cement and three trips of sand for a delivery room attached to CHPS compound project.
The people of Bachongsa were not left out, as they received 50 bags of cement and three trips of sand, also for the construction of a delivery room attached to CHPS compound.
At Kasiesa, the community received a GH₵3,000 support for the purchase of a water pump to supply water during dry season farming.
Communications Officer of the party, Immurana Kambara, in a statement said, “Members of these six beneficiary communities expressed gratitude to the Member of Parliament for mobilising private resources to assist them in these difficult times.”