Two peri-urban areas in the Madina Constituency of the Greater Accra Region have benefited from the largesse of the aspiring Member of Parliament (MP) for the area on the ticket of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Alhaji Abubakar Saddique Boniface.
The former Minister for Water Resources, Works and Housing in the ex –President John Agyekum Kufuor’s administration sunk two mechanised boreholes at the cost of GH¢24, 000 for the chiefs and people of Otinibi-Ayigbe Town and Adoteiman, all in the Madina Constituency.
He was accompanied to the inauguration ceremony by the Constituency Chairman of the NPP, Michael Mc-Kenzie, among other constituency executives of the NPP.
Speaking before turning the valve for the flow of potable water, Alhaji Boniface said the construction of the borehole was in fulfillment of a promise he made to the electorate during the NPP’s primary in the area when his attention was drawn to the acute water shortages in the area.
He said the two boreholes are his widow’s mite to the people of the area and was hopeful the people would put it to good use for the benefit of all.
Alhaji Boniface tasked the management committee members to take a token from the people who will be patronising the facility to enable them to pay for the monthly electricity bills that will arise out of operating the facility.
He took the opportunity to remind the people who were gathered to reciprocate the gesture he has done them by voting massively for him and Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in the December 7 polls.
The aspiring MP assured the residents that the next NPP administration under Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo with Dr Bawumia as his vice president will make Ghana run again.
“As it is now, Ghana is crawling and Ghanaians this is the time to show the NDC the exit come December 7,” Alhaji Boniface said.
In thanking the NPP’s aspirant and team for the honour done them, Patricia Kooblie, a member of the management team at Adoteiman, said the construction of borehole has come timely, as it would solve the area’s water challenges, particularly during December and January.
Source: Daily Guide
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