Youth In Driving Programme: MP Lydia Alhassan distributes 2nd batch of driving licenses to beneficiaries

Youth In Driving Programme: MP Lydia Alhassan distributes 2nd batch of driving licenses to beneficiaries

- Hon. Lydia Seyram Alhassan has distributed the second batch of driving licenses to some of her constituents

- The move is part of the MP's Youth In Driving Programme which seeks to secure licenses for eligible drivers

- It is her target to support 400 constituents with licenses to boost their chances of securing related jobs

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The Member of Parliament for Ayawaso West Wuogon, Madam Lydia Alhassan, has through her Youth In Driving Programme distributed driver's licenses to some constituents.

This is in line with the MP's project to help eligible drivers in the constituency to better place themselves for job openings in the driving field.

The move which happens to be free of charge for the beneficiaries has been touted by many of the constituents.

Youth In Driving Programme: MP Lydia Alhassan distributes 2nd batch of driving licenses to beneficiaries

Youth In Driving Programme: MP Lydia Alhassan distributes 2nd batch of driving licenses to beneficiaries
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In a recent development, the MP at a presentation ceremony personally handed over the driver's licenses to the beneficiaries.

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The project will also seek to renew the licenses of those who already have licenses but they have expired.

Again, those who want their licenses upgraded would also be assisted by the Member of Parliament under her flagship project.

Following the presentation, the Ayawaso West Wuogon legislator took to social media to post:

"Yesterday 4th Dec 2020, the fourth batch of Constituents received their drivers license through my Youth in Driving Support Programme.

This will enable the 400 constituents who received their licenses to meet the basic requirement of driving and apply it to both personal and business use. Youth development in Ayawaso West Wuogon is on course."

There were many comments under the post that proved that the beneficiaries were indeed grateful to be enjoying such perks from their MP.

In another piece of news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a gentleman has climbed to the top of a mast with the vow of awaiting the declaration of Akufo-Addo as the winner of the December 7 elections before he comes down.

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In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Starrfmonline, it is said that the man was determined to remain up there until the Electoral Commission declares the results.

The incident is happening at Ayoma in the Asenua community of the Kwabere East municipality.

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