As her contribution towards the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) objective of breaking the eight years political cycle of changing governing parties, the member of Parliament for the Nsuta Kwamang Beposo, Ms Adelaide Ntim has donated 26 motorbikes to the party to be used for constituency activities.
The already licensed motorbikes are expected to be used by party coordinators in mobilising for internal party works in each of the electoral areas of the Nsuta Kwamang Beposo constituencies ahead of the 2024 general elections.
According to the MP the motorbikes will ensure smooth movement to communities in the area for the NPP to propagate its achievements and vision to the people in order to break the eight.
The young lawmaker also donated a motorbike each to the education and Health directorates to enhance education and health delivery in the Sekyere Central municipality.
Ms Adelaide Ntim appealed to Ghanaians to ignore the propaganda being churned out by the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) as if the NPP government is responsible for the current economic challenges.
She admitted there are challenges but blamed global happenings for the economic difficulties and urged Ghanaians and NPP supporters especially to remain steadfast since the challenges would be over soon.
The MP expressed gratitude to her benefactors including Hon Kwame Osei Prempeh, the District Chief Executive.
Hon Adelaide Ntim who has been busy clearing aged old refuse dumps in the constituency vowed to ensure that all such land fill sites are eradicated in the area to ensure prevention of avoidable diseases.
The Municipal Chief Executive for Sekyere Central, Mr Kingsley Kodua Benjamin assured of her partnership with the MP who he described as ‘Sompa’ to advance the development of the area.
He urged beneficiary electoral areas to use the motorbikes for the interest of the party and not to disturb its interest.
He also prayed for God’s blessing and guidance to the lawmaker whom he said has come to serve her people.