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Yilo Krobo MP calls on government for good roads for his constituents

National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament for Yilo Krobo, Mr Albert Nyakotey Tetteh, has called on government and Roads and Highways Minister, Mr Akwasi Amoako Atta, to come to their aid in terms of good roads.

The MP named Huhunya, Boti, Sutapong, Opesika and some others roads which are in a very deplorable state and therefore called on roads and highways Minister to consider fixing such roads for his constituents and other roads users that ply that route.

Responding to the call of the MP, the Hon minister for roads and highways, Mr Kwasi Amoako Atta assured Parliament and the good people of Yilo Krobo and its environs of constructing the roads within their constituency and its environs.

Mr Amoako Atta explained that, Huhunya, Boti, Sutapong and Opesika roads and some others are very important, which government and the roads and highways Ministry is currently carrying an engineering works and studies and believes that, such exercise would be completed within this year, 2021 and finally be captured under next year’s 2022 budget.

The minister further assured that, any road within the area which is of bad condition would be considered under annual roads maintenance program that is aimed of ensuring smooth riding surface in the mean time , whilst the ministry prepares for the major road construction project come next year, 2022.

Hon.Nyakotey used the opportunity to re-assure his constituents that, he would do everything possible to fulfill promises made to them by making sure that, problems of his people are put before government and the appropriate authorities for solutions, since his constituents also deserves better and must equally enjoy their part of the national cake.

He concluded by saying, all ongoing projects he has stated would continue to a successful completion for the benefit of the good people of Yilo Krobo the its environs.

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