Scores of residents in the twenty five (25) electoral areas in the Tano North Constituency have taken time to testify about the development projects ongoing in their localities and have called on NPP delegates to vote and retain Hon Freda Prempeh at the upcoming parliamentary primary in the area.
Others also shared with this reporter projects that had been completed in their communities in the past eleven (11) years.
Touring some of the places such as Abease, Yamfo, Tano, Bomaa, Subonpan, Santasi, Adagyamaan, Bedome and Zongo Nkwanta, these communities had access to potable water and toilet facilities.
Speaking to this reporter, resident and political historian at Yamfo, Mr Samuel Boateng noted that the current Member of Parliament, Hon Freda Prempeh for the past eleven years spearheaded a radical transformation of the constituency to ensure each community gets access to basic social amenities.
Mr Boateng said he can count twelve toilet facilities at places such as Bomaa, Subompan,Yamfo, Tano, Abease and others.
He also noted that communities such as Santasi, Adagyaman, Bedome and others that had no electricity have been connected to the national grid through the efforts of the incumbent MP.
These communities, the historian also disclosed, now have access to borehole water projects which are scattered across the 25 electoral areas. He also praised the MP for lobbying for the construction of the national training college for the Ghana National Fire Service.
Madam Margaret Darkwah, a Priest at Bomaa said she was happy with the toilet and borehole projects at her Bomaa community and commended the MP for her continued assistance to the people of Tano North.
Cynthia Asieduwaa, resident at Bedome commended the MP for the rural electrification project, adding her town has been connected to the national grid.
She noted that residents in the community are now able to use electricity for their work and carry out many other chores.
Victor Owusu, another resident of Tano said projects such as water and toilet facilities were replete in the communities in the Tano North Constituency.
‘’If it is development we want in this constituency then I will urge NPP delegates to vote for Madam Freda Prempeh on the 27th January, 2024 so that she can continue to do more for us”, Mr Owusu stated.
Hon Freda Akosua Prempeh has won the MP seat for the NPP on three consecutive occasions from 2012, 2016 and 2020 in the Tano North constituency.
She is aiming to do a fourth term but would have to win the internal primary of the NPP in Tano North on January 27. 2024.
By Michael Ofosu-Afriyie