Eighteen Communities in Asene Manso Akroso District connected to the national grid.

Eighteen Communities in Asene Manso Akroso District in the Eastern Region have been connected to the national grid.

Some of the Communities that benefit from the Rural Electrification project includes Kwakukwaa , Small London, Oseinho, Botwe-Aduboja-Atoa, Dwendaama, Odumase, Kwamena-Awroso-Ahodwo, Ahiafo, Fanti-Fondee, Onomabo, Suponso and so on.

So far Thirty Two Communities in the District has been enrolled to the national grid since 2016 left with about twenty two to be enrolled on the national grid.

The provision of these electricity was in fulfillment of the promise made by Hon George Kwame Aboagye; the Member of Parliament of Asene Akroso Manso Constituency during 2016 election campaign.

Hon George Kwame Aboagye the Member of Parliament in an interview with Angel TV expressed excitement about the project since its will bring development to the communities.

According to the him since those communities where established they have not seen light so sometimes they find it difficult to charging they phones ,watching TV and so on.

He advice the inhabitants of those communities to stay away from illegal connection and pay their electricity bills regularly.
Hon George Kwame Aboagye promised to bring more developmental project to the district.

The District Chief Executive Officer of Asene Manso Akroso District Hon. Alex Inkoom said during 2016 fifty four communities in the district where not having light but so far they have been able to connect light to thirty two communities and are left with twenty two which they will soon be enrolled onto the national grid.

Hon Alex Inkoom said the light was in fulfillment of the promises made to those communities during 2016 election campaign.

He said very soon they will be constructing sixteen kilometers road network in the district.

He added that election is all about development and growth.

Chiefs and elders of the various communities thanked the MP and the DCE for bringing light to their communities and promised to vote for NPP in 2020 national election.

Report by Samuel Quao.

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