October 15, 2013

Wing Commander Francis Kabenlah Anaman (rtd), the Member of Parliament for Jomoro has appealed to the electorate to hold their MPs accountable.

He said this at separate meetings with chiefs and people of Ndum-Suazo, Bonyere Junction and Nawuley in the Western Region during a tour of the constituency.

He said parliamentarians had Constitutional obligation to be accountable to their constituents during and after their tenure of office.

The MP said having been given the mandate to represent them in parliament he would work assiduously to bring development to the area.

Mr. Anaman said he would leave an indelible mark in every community in the constituency by the end of his tenure as a legacy for the confidence reposed in him.

The MP enumerated a number of projects he had undertaken since he was elected and these include roofing an abandoned community clinic at old Edobo, securing a police patrol vehicle for Tikobo Number One Police Station, donation of 50 bags of cement and iron rods to Mantukwa community among others.

He expressed gratitude to the people for giving him the mandate and asked for their cooperation in order to accelerate development in the area.

Source: GNA