March 28, 2014

Member of Parliament for Abuakwa South, Samuel Atta Akyea has channeled over 70 percent of his share of the MP’s common fund to paying school fees and other related expenses.

This attest to the importance he attached to education in the constituency as a way of helping to reduce poverty among residents in the constituency. He said acquiring better education will help beneficiaries to pursue carrier options and be able to compete effectively in the job market.

Mr. Akyea said though there are a lot of brilliant young men and women, high poverty level makes it practically impossible for them to climb the education ladder. The only option is assistance, and the MP comes in handy needing responds to their demands.

According to him, the interventions cover all levels of education, from the basic level through to the university and currently, two doctors are among the beneficiaries.

In a related development, the Abuakwa State College was provided with quantities of books to help in the academic work for both teachers and students.

Dominic Shirimori/