The Member of Parliament for Atwima Mponua who double as Minister of youth and sports, Isaac Kwame Asiamah has embarked on a working visit tour to the 16 communities in his Constituency.
The member of Parliament also the Parliamentary Candidate of Atwima Mponua has embarked on listening tour to ascertain problems facing his constituents. He also had time inspected the ongoing projects which self-financed and lobbied by him.
The tour began last Sunday and it saw the member of legislator visited 16 communities. He interacted with the Chiefs, elders, opinion leaders, and residents.
Hon. Isaac Kwame Asiamah visited Kukuboso, Anyinamso No1 and No2 on day one, day two he visited Abompe, Beposo, Bedaabour, KwameDwaa, Mansaso. Day 3, He visited Nkrumah, Kohia, Pakyi, Bentinko and Wednesday he spent time with the people of Gyereso, Owusukrom, Kalongo and Pasro.
The MP has expressed appreciation to the Chief and the people for the confidence they entrusted in him by electing him to represent them in Parliament.
Interacting with the people at separate meetings, Isaac Asiamah stressed his commitment in ensuring that the immediate needs of the people were addressed. He assured the communities of resolving their problems one by one.
He also inspected ongoing projects in the Constituency, including; construction of ongoing Tano-Dumase Senior High School, ongoing contraction of Gyereso – Anansu road, ongoing rural electrication projects in Owusukrom, Kalango, Beposo, Abompe.
The community leaders commended the MP for the support, and pledged their support towards the development of the communities.
During the tour, the outstanding members in opposition NDC party overturn to NPP.
The defectors told Isaac Asiamah, over what the NPP government has done less than four years is huge massive. They outlined the tarring of roads, free education, planting for food and jobs, and other flagship programs introduce by the Nana Addo Danqwah Akuffo-Addo.
He accompanied with Atwima Mponua DCE, Williams Darko, Constituency Chairman, Isaac Kofi Marfo, Collins Addai (Secretary) Bismark Oboobi (Organiser) Ellen Joyce (Women Organiser) and other Constituency officers.
Story by Ampong Emmanuel