- Alban Bagbin has assured President Akufo-Addo of his support as he is determined to develop the country
- On behalf of the chiefs and people of his constituency, he showed his commitment to the President’s vision to develop the area
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The Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin has assured President Akufo-Addo of his support as he is determined to develop the country.
The Nadwoli-Kaleo MP on behalf of the chiefs and people of his constituency showed his commitment to the president’s vision to develop the area through the implementation of various projects.
The MP, who speaking at the sod cutting for the construction of two solar power plants in Kaleo and Lawra, made this known.
“I want to congratulate His Excellency for and on behalf of our people and to assure him that we are solidly behind the government and any other government that is committed to developing the good people of Ghana,” he disclosed.
He expressed gratitude to the president for continuing with the project which had been initiated since 2012.
“ I want to thank the president for continuing with this project. His Excellency could have decided not to complete had been initiated since 2012 which preparation took a long time and is now seeing the light of the day,” he said.
In other news, a survey conducted by Ghana’s premier university has revealed that 64.9% of Ghanaians are in support of the compilation of a new voters register.
According to the survey conducted by the Political Science Department of the University of Ghana majority of Ghanaians are in full support of the EC’s decision for a new register.
In all 27,500 respondents were asked.
“The Electoral Commission intends to compile a new voters’ register. Do you agree?”.
The survey reported noted that respondents from all 16 regions of Ghana supported the EC’s decision, with the Upper East Region leading with 79.45% of the 1,499 respondents.
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