Fiave-Ho Incoming Assembly Member shares ideas for development

Fiave-Ho Incoming Assembly Member shares ideas for development

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Michael Kwadzo Ahiaku, Ho, V/R, May 30, 2019

Fiave-Ho Incoming Assembly Member shares ideas for development

Michael Kwadzo Ahiaku, Ho, V/R, May 30, 2019

Mr. Yao Asiedu Kwebi an inspirational incoming assembly member for Fiave in the Ho-Bankoe-East Electoral Area has shared ideas for development.

The business-oriented man said he was proud to be born and bred in the Ho Municipality.

He said his charisma had made the youth of the Electoral Area to ask him to represent them at the Assembly and to lobby for the development of the area.
“The electorates in the area believe in me and they are ask me to represent them as their next Assembly Member.” He said.

He said if elected he would churn out educational campaigns to reduce drug abuse among the youth.

Besides, he said all head-porters at the Ho lorry station which falls under the Electoral Area would be registered for easy identification and regulation of their activities.

The aspirant said he would ensure that more girls who were selling petty items in the streets had access to education.

He would do that through effective education among parents.

He stated that he would do his possible best to reduce child labor as well.

He would ensure that children who had been trafficked or migrated to the capital where most of them were roaming aimlessly would rejoin their families for education.

He said he would work hard to ensure that most of the youth were enrolled in the youth employment programme.

Also, he said most of the youth would be able to improve their lives through agriculture because the area was endowed with fertile farmland.

He would work with the Regional Ministers to harnessed employment avenues for most of the youth.

When asked, he said he would form an association to reduce teenage pregnancy and school drop out.

He noted that sanitation was another epidemic in the area worth his attention if elected into the office.

 

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