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THE BENEFICIARIES of a free skills training programme in the Manhyia South Constituency in Kumasi, have been advised to share their knowledge with other people to also benefit.

“Be ready to share the skills you have acquired by training others so they can equally benefit and also contribute to national development”, The MP for Manhyia South, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh said.

He also stated emphatically that “no human being is useless on earth and therefore my conviction as a politician is to work assiduously to ensure that I contribute meaningfully to the future well-being of our youth”.

He was speaking when people who have been trained in skills training programmes such asFashion Designers, Hair Dressers, Make-up Artists, Computer Programmers, and others, showed appreciation to him.

The beneficiaries presented a citation to their MP in acknowledgement of the contribution he has made by fully funding their training at various levels and also supporting them with the equipment required for their start-ups.

The Manhyia South Lawmaker, who is nicknamed as ‘Napo’, expressed delight that the huge investment that has made by sponsoring the training of the artisans and also resourcing them to work, has paid dividends.

“It is heartwarming and exciting that today, they are full professionals, plying their trade for the benefit of not only themselves but their families and by extension, the whole country”, he remarked.

According to him, the welfare of the people is the central theme of his political career, adding that he would continue to play significant roles to help transform the lives of his people, whom he represent in parliament.

FROM Nana Achiaa Adusei Poku 


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