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NPP Parliamentary nominee funds market rehab

The Market women and residents of Gomoa Awomberew have celebrated the rehabilitation of their dilapidated market by the Naana Eyiah, the Gomoa Central New Patriotic Party (NPP) Parliamentary nominee.


   Madam Eyiah’s action followed an appeal by the Youth of Gomoa Awomberew for immediate assistance to avert a disaster.


  Mr Ahmed Kwesi Anobil, the Gomoa Awomberew Youth Organiser of the NPP, told Journalists that the chiefs and Youth realised that the market was collapsing and needed repairs.


    Mr Anobil said the NPP Parliamentary Candidate bought eight galvanized iron poles, some bags of cement and hundreds of Ghana cedis to the youth and chiefs for the rehabilitation work.


    Naana Eyiah and Constituency Executives, led by Constituency Chairman, Mr Benjamin Otoo joined the youth to work on the market till they completed.


    Mr Anobil stated that the youth and chiefs had expressed their satisfaction about the immediate steps taken by Naana Eyiah to provide materials and funds for the rehabilitation of the market.


   Mr Anobil said the HIPC toilet constructed under the Kufuor Administration had been abandoned and the residents had resorted to defaecating along the road and other public places, which posed health hazards. 


   Earlier, Naana Eyiah and the executives called on Opanyin Kojo Pantsil, Abusuapanyin of the Chief of Awomberew Nana Ababio Abor III, and the other elders to interact with them. 


  The Gomoa Central NPP nominee asked the chiefs and people to vote for her and Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo on December 7, 2016 elections.


Naana Eyiah announced that three girls had been assisted to learn hair dressing and tailoring to enable them to become self reliant.


  Abusuapanyin Pantsil, on behalf of the Chief and elders, thanked the NPP Parliamentary nominee for her intervention and wished her well.

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