The Member of Parliament (MP) for the East Ayawaso Constituency, Mr Naser Mahama Toure, has affirmed his resolve to work with chiefs, religious leaders and assembly members to change the face of Nima and other areas in the constituency.
Outlining his programmes in an interview with the Daily Graphic, the MP said his main preoccupation was how to improve the sanitation situation in the constituency.
He said he would mobilise resources to widen drains, cover open drains and use concrete slabs in some of the spaces separating houses.
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Besides, Mr Naser, who won on the ticket of National Democratic Congress (NDC), said he would provide more refuse containers and procure refuse tricycles for the various wards in the constituency.
He said the aim was to change the face of Nima and other areas in the constituency to befit its status as the heartbeat of Accra.
In education, the MP said he would create an endowment fund to offer scholarships to needy, brilliant students.
He would also continue with the construction of a senior technical school at Kawokudi, which was initiated by Dr Mustapha Ahmed, the MP for North Ayawaso.
Mr Naser again promised to use his office to create jobs for the youth in the area.
For instance, he said he would speak to managers of banks and companies in the constituency to offer jobs to the youth in the area.
The MP thanked chiefs, religious leaders and all the people of the constituency for supporting him to win a resounding victory in the parliamentary election.
He particularly expressed gratitude to the constituency executive members of the NDC for their tireless efforts in securing the victory.
Story by Musah Yahaya Jafaru