The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament (MP) for Abura Asebu Kwamankese(AAK) constituency, Mr. Elvis Morris Donkoh has vowed to silence and disgrace his critics soon who hitherto doubt his competence.
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Some persons within the area mostly elements within the
opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) are claiming he will not be able
to deliver on his promises and as a result could soon be booted out of
He has however stated emphatically that such persons
would soon bow their heads in shame as his performance will leave them in
At the community engagement at Abura Dunkwa to interact with
his constituents and give an account of his stewardship, he revealed that he is working hard in parliament to lobby
for more developmental projects for his constituency including; roads which are
the major challenges facing all the 265 communities within Abura Asebu
The lawmaker assured people of Abura Dunkwa that he has been
making so much noise in parliament not for the fun of it but fighting for
developmental projects for constituency and that the area will soon see the
results of his efforts
“I strongly believe ‘doubting Thomas’ will bow their
heads in shame” he disclosed
According to the MP, within his two years and eight months
in office, there is no single community in his constituency that he has not
done anything for.
He said even though he cannot construct all the roads in
Abura Asebu Kwamankese constituency, he has been able to lobby for roads
construction in about 10 communities within the short tenure.
According to him, his predecessor could not even construct a
Several communities he added benefited from 400 streetlights to the constituency including Asandokrom, Thompsonkrom, Okyiriku, Asomdowe, Odonace, Kakanase among others to help them improve on their lighting system.
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The Odikro of Abura Aboase, Nana Appiah Seribo commended
Elvis Morris Donkoh’s community engagement which he said would help the
constituents to share their problems instead of going to Accra to meet the MP.
Source: MyNewsGh.com/Asana Gordon/2019
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