The Member of Parliament for Ledzokuku Constituency, Benjamin Ayiku Narteh, has donated 2000 street lights to all the 12 electoral areas in the Ledzokuku Municipality as part of his 100 days in-office projects.
According to the MP, this benevolence is to help enhance the safety of drivers, vulnerable road users and equally curb all social vices associated with darkness since most streetlights in the constituency are lying defunct causing lack of visibility in some areas.
Security is a salient part and piece in the life of all persons, hence illuminating dark areas in the constituency is incumbent.
The event which took place at Teshie Agblisan last stop had in attendance the Assembly Members, Opinion leaders, some leaders of residents associations, party members, et al.
Mr Ayiku Narteh stressed that, though Ledzokuku is witnessing two different party leadership at the helm of affairs for the first time, the MP coming from the opposition party and the MCE from the ruling party, this situation will not retard development in the municipality since he believes in all-inclusive leadership and that he’s committed to working hand in hand with the leadership of the Assembly to put the people of Ledzokuku foremost.
He, therefore, urged the people in the constituency to adhere to the COVID-19 safety protocols to remain healthy.
Meanwhile, the Presiding member and the Assembly members after the brief ceremony commended the MP for providing a solution to one of the main problems they are facing in their various electoral areas.
Some opinion leaders also expressed gratitude to the MP for his nonpartisan approach to development in the constituency.