The Member of Parliament for Mion in the northern region, Hon Musah Abdul-Aziz Ayaba, has handed three motorbikes, three laptops, beds and other equipment to the Ghana Health Service district directorate.
The items are enable the GHS carry out its mandate efficiently and effectively and improve quality healthcare delivery in the district.
The MP has disbursed school fees to some forty seven (47) students in the Mion district to enable them further their education. He has also inspected the construction of Kindergarten school block at Kulinkpegu.
The Mion District Administrator of the Ghana Health Service, Mr. Sumani Iddrisu Chimsi after receiving the items thanked the lawmaker and assured that the equipment would be put to good use.
He noted the items couldn’t have come at a better time particularly the motorbikes and laptop computers.
“We were actually in dire need and we are going to make sure that the people benefits from it. The motorbikes will assist in our outreach services to ensure quality healthcare is provided to the community” he assured.
The Mion legislator has also been connecting more communities in his constituency to the national electricity grid to open up the local economy and create jobs.
The Jablajo community number one and two, Tinsung, Donbini number one and two are the latest beneficiary villages to get electricity.
The MP in an interview told Journalists that, “Today we’re commissioning about four communities. The last time I came to the constituency, we were able to commission 24 communities and today we have already commissioned two – that is Donbini one and two; we are here in Joblajo one and two.”
Mr. Ayaba has now connected a total number of 28 communities barely two years since he assumed office as representative of the people in Parliament.
He explained only 29 communities prior to his election in the 2020 general elections had access to electricity in the constituency and he added 6 more communities to make it 35.
“After I was elected, we are embarking on 32 communities rural electrification projects and we’re commissioning the 28th community today then two days later we will go and finish the rest making 30 communities and that was the agenda we set for ourselves through the commitment of President Nana Akufo-Addo” he emphasized.
According to the Mion MP, the number of communities getting electricity within his first two years is historic and commended the Ministry of Energy and the NPP government for such great strides.
In a related development, Mr. Musah Abdul-Aziz Ayaba has also cut sod for the construction of boreholes in two communities within the Tindantua electoral area.