AKim Oda MP Sparks up for development as he forms Committees to push Vision.

The Member of Parliament for Akim Oda Constituency Hon. Alexander Akwesi Acquah has inaugurated seven (7) working Committees whose aims are to ensure the execution of his policies and programmes for the consituents of the Akim Oda constituency.

The committees will represent the MP in the development and the implementation of numerous campaign promises he made to the consituents in his campaign during the 2020 general elections.

The committees include: Education, Finance, Employment and social Welfare, Institutional and Public Relations, Health, Project and Infrastructure and Special Committee on 1D1F.

The Member of Parliament for Akim Oda Constituency, Hon Alexander Akwesi Acquah, addressing the people stated that the Committee will help him bring developmental projects to the Constituency.

According to him, the committees will make sure all the promises he made to the people are fulfilled rightly.

Hon Alexander Akwesi Acquah said that the committees will be liasons between him and the constituents.

He advised the executive members of the committees to be tolerant, committed and to also avail themselves for work at anytime.

He admonished them not to use their positions to exploit people but beseeched them to be ready to serve and not be served”.

Konitehene of Akyem Kotoku Traditional Area, Obrempong Safro Tsire II, also urged the committee members to give their all in supporting the MP to develop the Constituency.

He advised them not to use their office to extort things from the people of the area but to help materialise the vision of the MP.

He registered the support of the chiefs of the areas to the MP and promised that they will contribute their quota to ensure that he succeeds in all his endeavors.

Obrempong Gyenfi Safro Tsire II commended Hon. Alexander Akwesi Acquah for the mind blowing development he is bringing to the area.

Report by Samuel Quao

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