Sunday, January 25, 2009

Effutu MP appeals for peace

Mr. Mike Hammah, Minister of Transport designate and Member of Parliament (MP) for Effutu Constituency, has appealed to the people to bury their differences and cooperate with him for the rapid development of the area.
      The MP made the call when he led the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Constituency Executives to thank some chiefs in the constituency for contribution towards peaceful elections last December.
    They visited Neenyi Ghartey VII, the Omanhene of the Effutu Traditional Area, in Winneba, the Muslim chief, and the chiefs of Effutu Osubonpanye, Ateitu, Wallababa, Gengenadzie, Atekyedo, Sankro and Essuekyir.           
    He said his doors were opened for concrete suggestions and criticisms for development of the area.
    Mr Hammah called on the chiefs and people to unite towards the progress of the area instead of wasting their energy on non-profitable ventures.
     He said the NDC Government would ensure the continuation of viable development projects initiated by the previous administration.
     Neeyi Ghartey urged Mr Hammah to ensure the execution of the landing site and the Central Government Hospital which the previous government cut sod for commencement in the region.
      Neenyi Kojo Tetteh III Odikro of Sankro advised the Mr Hammah not meddle in chieftaincy matters instead he should work towards peace and development of the constituency.
     Mr. Kojo Asmah Bondzie, Effutu constituency chairman of the party, was among the executives.

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