NPP Polling Station Executives of Busunu in the Damongo Constituency of the Savannah Region have added their voice in appealing to their MP, Samuel Abu Jinapor to forgive and forget what happened following the rejection of rice by the youth of the area prior to this year’s eid festival in the widely circulated video.
Mr John N. Adoshie who addressed the media on behalf of the executives said the bags of rice were meant for the Chiefs, Clan heads, and Elders of the town and its surrounding communities which is an annual thing Mr. Abu Jinapor carries out on every festival of sacrifice and generosity (Eid-ul Adha) even before he became the MP for Damongo.
He said it is, therefore, strange that a group of people, who are were the beneficiaries of the said donation or anywhere linked to it, will claim to have rejected same.
Mr. Adoshie explained that the achievements of the MP for Damongo even before he assumed his present office, are tremendous and cut across every facet of life.
He said in the area of Education, Mr. Jinapor has from his own resources, donated motorbikes to volunteer teachers in the constituency and gives them monthly allowance to motivate them in their work at various schools that have no teachers from GES and also donated hundred (100) bicycles to students around the Busunu community, who “hitherto, were walking miles to access education in Busunu”.
“The Damongo MP has also donated an ambulance to the Busunu health centre to facilitate health care delivery in the community coupled with his provision of farm inputs and the engagement of the services of tractors to plough for farmers to boost their yield.” – He added
According to him, all these interventions were undertaken and continues to execute way before his election as the MP for the Damongo constituency.
Meanwhile, Bonyatowura Korja who represented the Busunuwura spoke exclusively to Nkilgi FM and said Busunuwura is never happy about what the youth did since the name of Busunu is all over the world for wrong reasons.