September 7, 2012

Chief of Kwesikrom in the Ellembelle district, Nana Bede Ntow, has lauded the Member of Parliament(MP) for Ellembelle, Mr. Emmanuel Armah-Kofi Buah, for supporting the prosecution of the district’s development agenda.

According to the chief, no MP has over the years visited the area to ascertain their needs and find solutions to them like Mr Buah.

Nana Ntow gave the commendation when the MP toured about 18 communities in the Northern part of the district popularly called “Aiyinasi North”, which had hitherto, been cut off from the rest of the district.

Some of the towns he visited are Aidoo Suazo, Kwesi Krom, Sentaso, Agyei Obeng Krom,Mandungban,Ewereko,New Basake and Bonzokrom.

He was accompanied by the District Chief Executive (DCE),Mr. Daniel K.Eshun, the Constituency Chairman, Mr. Kwesi Berveh and other NDC constituency executives.

Nana Ntow expressed gratitude to Mr. Buah for increasing access to cocoa growing areas to the rest of the District.

He also thanked the MP for connecting the area to the national electricity grid among others.

At Sentaso, some nurses at the health care centre said inaccessibility of roads and lack of a vehicle as some their problems.

At Ewereko, the chief said they produce a lot of cocoa yet credit was always given to Sameiboi and was happy due to the efforts of the MP to open up the area ,they can now send their cocoa to the district silo.

For his part, Mr. Buah assured the people of fulfillment of the Better Ghana Agenda and pledged to address all their concerns.

He asked the people to rally round the Mahama-led government to deliver its promises to Ghanaians and also retain the NDC in power in December 2012.

Mr. Eshun said as a social democratic government, the NDC is poised to bring development to the nooks and crannies of the country .

He said since he NDC government assumed power in January 2009, it had been its pre-occupation to open up the Northern part of the district to the South which is a predominantly cocoa growing area.