WE’LL VOTE “SKIRT AND BLOUSE” IN 2020, NWABIAGYA SOUTH RESIDENTS CRIES OVER SOCIAL AMENITIES.
The people of Abuakwa,Maakro, Atwima Nkorang, Sepaase, Besease communities in the Atwima Nwabiagy South municipal of the Ashanti Region, have expressed worries over lack of social amenities in the area, thus calling on authorities to come to their aid, so as to alleviate the suffering of the people.
“Despite persistent appeals to opinion leaders and the Assembly on the urgent need to provide basic amenities in our community, nothing has been done to alleviate our plight in the area. We lack Roads, Bridges, portable water and people defecate about any how, causing another problem for the community”, the residents lamented.
According to them, have warned of a “skirt and blouse” vote in the 2020 elections
Residents urged, the government to deem it necessary to focus on the rapid infrastructural development in the communities. And however lamented that, the present leadership of the council had not carried out any developmental projects in the area.
In an interview with Asona Dehyie Kwateng, Opinion leader, also an Independent parliamentary candidate for Nwabiagya south, Eld,Dr, Anthony Willie Nanatwi said, the residents of the communities, have been neglected of the provision of Roads, jobs, potable water and a toilet facility. A situation the assembly is supposed to have done everything possible to address without delay”.
Dr, Anthony Willie accused leadership of the Assembly the Municipal Chief executive (MCE) Amoa Awuku and Member of parliament (MP) Hon Emmanuel Agyei Anwhere for failing to provide the communities with these essential amenities, since they took over the assembly.
He challenged their Member of Parliament, Hon. Emmanuel Agyei Anhwere to show them just a single project, and one of the four factories (1D.1F) he claims to be in the area.
We are seriously in search for jobs across Ghana so i challenged the M.P to show me where any of those factories are so they can send their job applications.
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Dr, Anthony Willie