The Deputy Minister of Energy has put up an office complex for the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Northern Region.
Dr Mohammed Amin Adam has financed a fully-furnished storey building in the Karaga Constituency.
According to him, the one-floor storey is meant to aid the NPP in its administrative and other activities in the region.
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The MP handed over the building to party executives following a rally in the area. The rally was attended by some national, regional and constituency executives of the party.
Dr Amin Adam is seeking to be elected as the NPP’s Parliamentary Candidate for the Karaga Constituency.
The constituency is, however, currently being represented in Parliament by the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) Alhassan Dandaawa.
Dr Amin Adam said, if elected into Parliament, he would continue to work hard to accelerate the development of the area.
He pledged to implement a one-teacher one-laptop computer initiative in order to equip teachers in the constituency.
He also promised to construct a number of mechanised boreholes across the constituency to provide potable water for the people.
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According to him, the constituency will get a community centre and a football stadium, should he be voted into Parliament.
The rally was attended by the First National Vice Chairperson of NPP, Rita Talata Asobayire and the Deputy Minister for Information, Pius Hadzide.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported the Women Caucus in Parliament has rendered an apology to the public over their silence on the case regarding the now deceased Takoradi girls.
The MP for Hohoe constituency, Bernice Heloo, has now apologised on behalf of all the women legislators for their silence on the matter.
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