By den of hard work and support from his constituents, the Member of Parliament for Builsa South, Hon Dr Clement Apaak, has restored hope in Builsa South with massive development projects.
The MP who is the Deputy Ranking of Parliament select Committee of Education, focused his interventions on many sectors including education, health, security, water and sanitation and youth development.
With less than ten months to the general elections, Dr Apaak already have projects and started commissioning some.
Just last week, he commissioned and handed over a six units class room block with headmasters office, staff common room to the District Education directorate at Doninga.
After commissioning the Doninga project, Dr Apaak also visited Kanjarga, where he inspected an ongoing kindergarten (KG) building, and also visited the Fumbisi Heath Centre to inspect Children’s ward block which is at Window-level.
The lawmaker who has compassion for education continued to Gbedembilisa to inspect the Gbedembilisa Primary school which he renovated after it’s roof was liftoff by storm rains.
As part of his zeal to transform and restore hope among his constituents, Dr Apaak also donated 200 pieces of dual desk to the District Education Directorate to be distributed to four selected schools in the District, notably the Gbedem zeng JHS, Fumbisi Preparatory JHS, Doninga JHS and Chansa JHS.
In addition to that, the MP presented four sets of furniture, and four wooden warddrops for four CHPS Compounds in the constituency, assuring that, “they should expect more interventions.”
He however called on the constituents to keep faith with him in the upcoming 2020 elections and endorse him and John Mahana at the polls to rescue the nation from the hands of nation looters.
Madam Margaret Akambang of the District Education Directorate who received the items expressed gratitude to the MP for the gesture.
She however appealed to the MP to help complete a said school block that was awarded in 2004 but has since been abandoned, adding that more classrooms are needed for the increasing enrollment in the District.