According to Mr Abass who doubles as an Executive Member of the Ga West Municipal Malaria Advocacy Groups (MMAG), peace and security, poverty eradication, zero hunger, quality education, climate action and inclusion will constitute a major priority of his next administration when he was re-elected by the constituents to become their next Assembly member in the coming Assembly members election in 2019.
“Moving forward I hope to complete my uncompleted projects and also improve security situation within the area, solve sanitation challenges which we’ve started with the distribution of the household bins and also educational infrastructure development so as to improve teaching and learning,” Mr Abass assured.
He enumerated his achievements within the four years term that he had represented the people of Manhean Electoral Area in the local government level.
According to Mr bbass, during his tenure in Office, he lobbied for the employment of three of youth from Manhean and Afuaman areas to be employed as drivers at the Ga West Municipal Assembly.
He mentioned that through Sinapi Aba, “l have been able to send some of our young ladies for three year skills training in which they will be awarded with National Vocational Training Institute (NVTI) certificate and a start up capital upon completion.
He disclosed that he also increased the Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP) beneficiaries within the Manhean Electoral Area, registered over 400 aged, children,orphans and persons with disabilities (PWDs) onto the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS).
“I also supported the traditional authorities and the youth during annual Homowo celebrations, constructed Community-Based Health Planning and Service (CHPS) Compound at Joma, constructed 30 seater modern WC at Manhean lorry station, constructed a shed for passengers at Manhean lorry station and onstructed a modern WC for Manhean Methodist school to control open defecation by pupils,” he added.
Other achievements of Mr Abass are the construction of a Six Unit storey for Afuaman M/A Basic School-ongoing, construction of a 30 seater WC for Afuaman.
Speaking in an interview with journalists, Mr Abbass stated that when given the nod he would be committed to promoting partnerships that are needed from all stakeholders to achieve our objectives, and ultimately ensure that we do our best to ensure peace and prosperity, particularly, for the most vulnerable.”
The ongoing Assembly member who seeking for re-election spoke about a number of hhigh-level events that will be convened at Manhean Electoral Area to support the Sustainable Development Agenda
He noted that the promotion of human rights and the empowerment of women and youth deserve special attention, and I will be devoted to continue to the promotion of gender parity throughout the whole local government system,” said Mr Abass.
He appealed to the people to support his re-election bid to enable him to complete his development plans for the area
Source: Myafricatoday.net/ Yaovi Azietrogah AWLESU