April 15, 2013

The Member of Parliament for Ejura Sekyedumase, Hon. Mohammed Salisu Bambo has vowed to tackle the water problem in his area by drilling 50 boreholes in the first year of his four year term with one already completed.

According to him, the water shortage has arisen following the breaking down of five (5) out of the nine (9) water stations that supply water to the area, a situation that has negatively affected the lives of the constituents especially those that reside at new site.

In an interview with GhanaMPs.gov.gh. Hon. Mohammed Salisu Bambo stated that seen a water is vital to the sustenance of human beings, his aim is to ensure that water problem becomes a thing of the past or at least reduced to the bearest minimum.

He added that because security of his constituents is very dear to him, he has decided to mobilize funds to complete a police station at Ayenasu which was started in 2007, before the end of the year, to boost security in the area.

On education he disclosed that this year, he intends to award scholarships to 5 students who in tertiary institutions and Nursing training schools who are brilliant but have not the resources to fund their education.

He added that in the coming years, he would award more scholarships to deserving students to ensure that Ejura Sekyedumase can boast of highly qualified professionals in the near future who would contribute to the development of the area.

Meanwhile he has also donated 60 bags of cement for the renovation of the Ejura Chief’s palace which was destroyed recently in a rain storm.

Kwadwo Anim/GhanaMPs.gov.gh