Ejisu Constituency: John Kumah rebuilds 2 important bridges, dredges rivers and promises more development
Member of Parliament elect for the Ejisu Constituency Monday morning opened the bridge connecting Baworo, Tikrom and Ejisu to traffic.
Before moving to commission the bridge, he called on the chief of Asamang where the bridge is located. Nana Prempeh Bushiaman expressed gratitude to Prof. John Kumah for solving one of the biggest challenges of the area. He recounted how the road had become immotorable due to the dilapidated nature of the bridge.
As part of the project, the river, known as the Bediwaa Amponsah river has been dredged.
The Chief who was full of praise for the MP-elect nursed high hopes that his locale as well as the entire Ejisu constituency will see unprecedented development under the leadership of Prof. John Kumah.
For his part, Prof. John Kumah promised to ensure that all roads in the area are fixed. He also promised to work hand in hand with the chiefs to foster development.
Prof. John Kumah also visited the site of the Adako Jachie-kokoobra bridge which was under construction. He revealed the bridge will be ready for use in 21 days.
Nana Osei Bosompem III, Chief ofAdako Jachie recounted how important the bridge is and disclosed that it broke down some 52 years ago. He was full of gratitude to the MP-elect for his selfless service. The project includes the dredging of the river as well.
The two projects are personal initiatives of Prof. John Kumah. He explains that he will lobby for more development projects for the area as their MP.