Politics of Monday, 9 July 2012
Mr. Emmanuel Armah-Kofi Buah, Deputy Minister of Energy has said political office holders were obliged to help transform the lives of the people, especially those in the remote areas.
He said the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Government had worked vigorously to impact positively on the lives of Ghanaians under the "Better Ghana Agenda".
Mr. Buah, who is also Member of Parliament (MP) of Ellembelle was speaking at the inauguration of a 16-seater acqua privy toilet at Bakanta at the weekend.
He pledged to work hard to bring development to his constituency and the nation at large and said the achievements of the NDC Government were incomparable with those of the erstwhile NPP Government.
Mr. Buah appealed to Ghanaians to retain the Government in office to enable it to execute the second phase of its agenda.
Mr. Isaac Newton Biney, Assembly Member for the area, commended Mr. Buah for contributing to the development of the constituency.
He mentioned the completion of a-six-unit classroom block with offices and a computer laboratory, a-three-face power transformer and distribution of electricity meters to people in the area as some of the achievements.
Mr.Biney also praised Mr. Buah for sponsoring the education of 12 students at the National Vocational Training Institute in Takoradi.
Nana Nwinu Buah, Abusuakpanyinli of Bakanta, also commended the MP for bringing development to the area.**