- The MP of Ablekuma South has stated that he will fulfil his promise of building a “sardine” factory at Chorkor
- Alfred Vanderpuije stated that he has started working on other initiatives to reduce unemployment in the Chorkor area
Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije, the former boss of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly has stated that his promise to build a sardine factory in Chorkor shall materialise soon.
The former mayor, in his bid to become the Member of Parliament of Ablekuma South Constituency added building the factory as one of the promises.
According to him, the factory when built should decrease the high population in Chorkor.
“The sardine factory for Chokor is in the works,” Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije said optimistically.
He, however, revealed that he has stated tackling joblessness in the area by introducing the Tsentse Skill Development Project.
Okoe Vanderpuije believes that the project will make the unemployed youth in the constituency gain skill that will make them employable.
He thus called on the youth in the area with “a positive mindset” to enroll in the project to “a way out of their situation”.
He said the training center will be a better alternative for those who purchase the services of game centers.
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