NDC MP spends birthday by painting school in constituency

NDC MP spends birthday by painting school in constituency

- North Tongu MP, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, painted The Three Kings Special School within his constituency to mark his birthday

- The school solely takes care of the mentally handicapped in the area

- The school has a population of about 195 special students and it was built by the Roman Catholic Church in 1995

Member of Parliament (MP) for North Tongu Constituency, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, celebrated his birthday by painting a school within his constituency.

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) legislator painted 'The Three Kings Special School' which houses mentally challenged students.

The MP said he wants the special students of the school to return from vacation to meet a more beautiful environment.

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Mr. Ablakwah donated to support the school’s renovation, including also donating books to help the students in their studies.

The legislator was accompanied by Lawyer James Agyenim Boateng, Hiplife artiste Obrafour and some other friends to undertake the project.

The former deputy Information Minister expressed his gratitude to all those who helped him mark his birthday with a successful project.

'The Three Kings Special School' was built by the Roman Catholic Church in 1995 and currently had about 195 special students.

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It is a boarding school which solely takes care of students who are mentally handicapped.

Mr. Ablakwah first entered Parliament in 2012 and successfully retained the North Tongu seat in 2016 for the NDC.

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The MP, who turned 39 on Sunday, August 11 is currently a Ranking Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs in Parliament. 

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