Some institutions within Gomoa east felt the presence of their Member of Parliament, Yesterday was the officially visit of him after the 2020 General Election.
Yesterday the hardworking member of Parliament for Gomoa east Hon Desmond De-Graft Paitoo successfully visited some institutions in the constituency as part of his working visit, which was monitored and followed by statenewghana.com
The institutions visited by ( Mp) includes, The District Health Directorates at Buduatta,The Ghana Fire service at Budumburam and the Millenium city divisional command of the Ghana Police Service.
At all the various places visited, the institutions involved took time to present their challenges and their success stories to the Honourable Member of Parliament.
On the part of Hon Desmond, he commended the men and women in the various services for their commitment to provide adequate services to the good people of Gomoa East despite the numerous challenges. Hon Desmond once again stated his commitment to help the various institutions to provide solutions to their numerous challenges and instantly made reasonable cash donations to all the three institutions to help solve some of their urgent challenges of which some of the institutions confessed as being first of its kind for an a Member of parliament to come to their aide quickly in the Constituency.
The Honourable Member of Parliament was accompanied by Constituency Chairman Dr Dr Anthony Effisah, Constituency Secretary Baah Kwesi Abakah Clement, constituency deputy secretary Razak Abdul, constituency organiser Kumordzie Narh, constituency deputy treasurer Calista Sarpong, acting youth organiser Edward Yamoah, Disciplinary committee member Dr Pepper, Buduatta odumase electoral area assembly man Hon Francis Aidoo, Obed Saah research directorate, winger ward chairman Bandaugo Ahmed, GPRTU ward organiser Eric, Chairman Clement of Limousine and other branch executives from Buduatta
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