As a result of the MP’s support for the development of a police station in the area, the chiefs and citizens of Wassa Japa in the Wassa Amenfi East municipal of the Western region have exhaled with satisfaction.
The Wassa Amenfi East MP Hon. Nicholas Amankwah’s effort to support the construction of a police station was timely, according to some of the people who said that the rising incidence of robberies and other small-time criminal activity in Wassa Japa has become a burden for them.
To help with the building of a police station at Wassa Japa, Nicholas Amankwah, the member of parliament for Wassa Amenfi East, gave 150 bags of cement and 2,000 Ghana cedis (GH2,000).
During the weekend’s enstoolments of Nana Atta Baah II as the New Chief of Wassa Japa, Mr. Nicholas Amankwah made the donation.
Even though his party, the NDC, is in opposition, he said that the gift was part of his corporate social responsibility to help institutions, people, and organizations achieve their aims.
While praising the Chiefs for the initiative, the first-term NDC MP expressed his admiration for the community’s efforts to uphold law and order and offered to help it realize its goals.
The MP, affectionately known as “Home Boy” during his political career, stated that maintaining order was a shared responsibility and he urged local stakeholders, assembly members, and people to help.
The MP addressing the gathering, he reiterates that his office is poised to developing Wassa Japa and Amenfi East with infrastructure and social amenities in the area therefore, he’s calling for a collective efforts to support his development plan for the constituency.
In order to do this, he has urged the residents of Wassa Amenfi East to trust in his leadership because better times were on the horizon.
Residents were reassured by Nicholas Amankwah that he was ready to continue collaborating closely with the assembly members and the chiefs to ensure the rapid transformation of Amenfi East through the implementation of practical projects and activities that would ensure the welfare of the populace. He added that it was crucial that the Chiefs support his political ambition.
As he continued to caution his supporters against politicizing local development, Home Boy urged the residents of the municipality to coexist in peace.
Source: Ghanatodayonline.com/Kaakyire Kwasi Afari