COVID-19: Ablakwa to support some 150 farm workers who lost their jobs in North Tongu

COVID-19: Ablakwa to support some 150 farm workers who lost their jobs in North Tongu

- Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has communicated his intention to offer financial compensation to all the 150 workers of Mushamat Farms who were laid off

- The workers were laid off in May 2020, due to the adverse economic impact of COVID-19

- He visited the farm, where he socialised with some of the workers

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The Member of Parliament for North Tongu constituency, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has communicated his intention to offer financial compensation at the end of this month (September) to all the 150 workers of Mushamat Farms.

The 150 workers of the farm which is located in his constituency, were laid off in May 2020, due to the adverse economic impact of COVID-19.

In a post shared on his Facebook page he visited the farm, where he socialised with some of the workers

He however, encouraged the 379 workers at the banana exporting plantation who continue to work tirelessly under challenging conditions to keep the company afloat in these trying corona times.

Ablakwa called on all to remember the plight of less fortunate pandemic era workers and reach out to them when they can.

COVID-19: Ablakwa to support some 150 farm workers who lost their jobs in North Tongu

COVID-19: Ablakwa to support some 150 farm workers who lost their jobs in North Tongu Source: Facebook (Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa)
Source: UGC

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His acts of kindness has received a lot of appreciation from Ghanaians who are marveled at what he does.

Oscanzy Oscar believes others should emulate him as well

Good work done. Other well to do people in our society should emulate you

Abu Abdul-Majeed said the Volta region is blessed to have him.

Volta region is bless for having u especially North Tongu.may Allah bless u for that gesture.

Kommanda Ray said he is looking forward to him standing the presidency of the country

Am looking forward to see u contest for presidency of this country

Baron Senyo Hillary reminisced how he paid for her fees

Thanks richly bless u , you did it For me too when you paid my admission fee into the university of cape coast, indeed u are sent .

Perez Ewoenam believes Okudzeto is an untapped resource

I think government should, as a matter of urgency, consult Hon. Samuel Okudjeto for some tips on how to provide some financial support for teachers in private schools across the country. He’s got the track record

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In other news, the National Democratic Party (NDP), will on Friday, September 4, 2020, acclaim former First Lady Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings as its flagbearer for the 2020 elections.

According to the General Secretary of the party, Alhaji Mohammed Frimpong, Mrs. Rawlings emerged tops of three aspirants.

He told Citinewsroom.com that the NDP will hold its Congress between September 4 and September 5, 2020, in Accra.

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