May 22, 2024

Lawyer Elizabeth Ofosu Adjare, the Member of Parliament for Techiman North th constituency, has appealed to the people in the area to rekindle the communal spirit and undertake regular clean-up exercises in their communities.

She said “keeping the environment clean, would not only help uplift the image of the communities, but would also help to prevent the outbreak of communicable diseases.”

Lawyer Adjare made the appeal when she joined the people of Aworowa to undertake a clean-up exercise in the community, ahead of Sunday’s yam festival.

The Aworowahene, Nana Yeboah kokwa and his people will on Sunday, 20th August, 2023, celebrate this year’s yam festival, a festivity which traditionally paves way for people in the community to start eating yam.

Hon. Elizabeth urged the people not to see their participation in self-help projects as a burden being imposed on them by the government, saying “participating in communal labour helped to accelerate the pace of development.”

Lawyer Adjare has stated that although she is in Parliament on the ticket of the NDC, she is in Parliament to represent the people of Techiman North at large and not only NDC members in the constituency.

She finally urged the people of Techiman North to have hope in her.

Nana Yeboah kokwa in an interview with¬†elvisanokyenews.com, stated that “the cleanup exercise is to unifier the people of Aworawa because there is peace in this community and I need to improve on it.”

He pleaded with the residents of Aworawa to desist from dumping wastes into the gutters.

He invites the people of Techiman and its areas to come and support him to celebrate this year’s yam festival.

Source: Elvisanokyenews.com

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