The former Member of Parliament for Jomoro has come into the assistance of residents plying the Twenen- Kengen road to repair
the broken covert on the road which has been opened and serving as a threat to drivers and motorists since its abandonment by authorities for over six (6) months.
When the former MP saw the “open life-threatening broken covert” which nearly claimed the life of one motorist in one faithful evening, he mobilized resources and organized communal labor for the broken covert to be fixed.
According to the former MP when interviewed, reiterated that the attitude of allowing state properties to deteriorate before coming in to tackle the situation needs to end. The risk-taking by Ghanaians is becoming alarming and that he will not relent in his efforts to help. And will not wait until a life is lost before that covert which repairing it does not cost more than Gh¢2000 will be fixed, hence repairing the covert to save lives on that stretch of road.
The former MP, however, called on all the relevant stakeholders in the constituency to cultivate the habit of the culture of maintenance to protect government programs, properties and save lives.
This is one of the many swift interventions that the former Member of Parliament for Jomoro Hon. Paul Essien has embarked on to ameliorate the plights and sufferings of his constituents despite not serving his people as incumbent MP for the area.
Thomas Kwasi Ackatia
P.A to Hon. Paul Essien.