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Dan Botwe commended

The Awukugua-Abroad Development Association has commended Mr Dan Botwe, Member of Parliament (MP) for Okere, for his contribution towards the development of the town.

A statement signed by the President of the Association, Mr William Agyemang,  said, “The contribution of Mr Botwe to the development agenda of the town since he became MP the past two and half years was astounding.”

According to the statement, the MP recently donated GHC 5,000 and 100 bags of cement to the Awukugua Methodist Church to complete a six- unit classroom block, which was at standstill because the local congregation had run out of funds.

The statement said Mr Botwe presented another GHC 5,000 and 100 bags of cement to the Awukugua Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Junior High School (JHS) to support the construction of a classroom block.

It said the MP also donated hundreds of bags of cement to the community to undertake a number of development  the association had initiated.

The statement mentioned other projects the MP had undertaken for the community as the renovation and painting of the six- unit classroom block for the Dawu–Awukugua United Primary School and completion of the three -classroom block for Dawu-Awukugua to be used as a kindergarten.

It said last year, Mr Botwe paid the fees of more than 10 children from the community who passed the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) but whose parents could not afford to pay their fees for admission into Senior High School (SHS).

The statement, however, said one of the major concerns of the association now was to get the by-pass road completed and, therefore, appealed to Mr Botwe to help them to ensure that the less than three- kilometer road project, which was started in 2007 would be completed.

It urged Mr Botwe to continue to support the community in its developmental efforts.

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