Nzema chief wants NDC to stay in power

Nzema chief wants NDC to stay in power

Nana Arvo Nwiah V, the Chief of Tikobo number 2 has praised President John Mahama's government for the developmental projects ongoing in the area.

Nzema chief wants NDC to stay in power

Tikobo No. 2 Traditional Council

The chief made the comment during a visit of the wife of the Vice President, Matilda Amissah -Arthur, to chiefs and people of Tikobo No 2 in the Jomoro District of the Western Region.

Nana Arvo Nwiah V said the National Democratic Congress (NDC) led administration has given the area its fair share of the national cake. He further stated that he’s a witness to the massive developmental projects in Ghana and Nzema and hopes and prays that the NDC wins to continue with its developmental projects in the area.

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The chief however appealed to the government to improve the road network in the area and an additional transformer to distribute electricity to nearby villages, together with teaching and learning material for the children.

Nzema chief wants NDC to stay in power

Mrs. Matilda Amissah-Arthur presenting the items to the Tikobo No. 2 Traditional Council

Nana Arvo Nwiah V praised Mrs. Amissah-Arthur for her several donations to help the less privileged in society over the years and helping children in the country to advance social values and adopt reading as a habits.

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On her part Mrs. Amissah-Arthur showed her love once again by donating laptops to some Headteachers in the area, together with drinks, solar lamps and an undisclosed amount of money to the chief and promised to bring in more educational materials.

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