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MP Stephen Pambiin Jalulah enstooled as “Mpuntuohene” by Abease Traditional Council

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In a grand ceremony held on Thursday, 4th January 2024, the Member of Parliament (MP) for Pru West and Deputy Minister for Roads and Highways, Stephen Pambiin Jalulah, was enstooled as the “Mpuntuohene” or Development Chief by the Abease Traditional Council. The coronation, attended by high-profile dignitaries, marked a significant recognition of Mr. Jalulah’s exceptional contributions to the development of the Abease Traditional Area.

Obrempong Kru-Takyi II, the Omanhene of the Abease Traditional Area, expressed admiration for MP Jalulah’s dedication to enhancing various sectors of the local economy. The Omanhene noted that the Pru West MP’s impact was felt across communities, including Krobo, Kamampa, and Charembo, which now enjoy stable telecommunication networks and connection to the National Grid through his efforts.

A major highlight of MP Jalulah’s achievements, according to Obrempong Kru-Takyi II, is the ongoing reconstruction of the 103km Kintampo-Apesika-Abease-Prang Road. The project, previously abandoned, is now progressing under the dedicated leadership of the MP, addressing a longstanding concern for both the traditional leadership and the commuting populace.

The traditional area, consisting of over 40 communities, has experienced a notable transformation in its infrastructure. A GBC News visit revealed that MP Jalulah, through his efforts, has rehabilitated deplorable roads connecting communities to market centers. Chiefs and residents alike expressed gratitude for the rehabilitation of roads such as Krobo-Kamampa, Charembo-Zambrama, and the ongoing reconstruction of the Kintampo-Apesika-Abease-Prang Road.

In addition to road improvements, various essential amenities have been provided to the communities. Nana Oppong II, Chief of Krobo and Nifahene of the Abease Traditional Council, commended MP Jalulah for facilitating access to potable water, good link roads, subsidized farm inputs, electricity, and quality education. Residents, such as Mr. Gideon Yeboah from Charembo, lauded both the MP and the government for their dedication to development.

The collaboration between MP Jalulah and Madamfo Ghana Foundation has further resulted in key projects, including the provision of potable water to schools like Abease Adventist Preparatory School and Dama Nkwanta Primary School, and the construction of a decent maternity block at the Dama Nkwanta health center.

The positive impact on healthcare was highlighted by Edward Anokye, a nurse at the Bayaa CHPs compound, who emphasized how the provision of a decent nurses’ bungalow has motivated healthcare professionals to serve the community effectively.

The headmaster of Abeaseman SHS, Mr. Thomas Kofi Baah, expressed gratitude for the provision of potable water, construction of a girl’s hostel, ongoing projects such as a 24-seater place of convenience, and the equipped laboratories, enabling students to conduct science practicals within the school premises.

Hon. Stephen Pambiin Jalulah, acknowledging the honor bestowed upon him, reiterated his commitment to further contribute to the improvement of education, health, youth employment, and infrastructure development in the Abease Traditional Area. The MP pledged to continue working towards completing ongoing projects, including the Kintampo-Apesika-Prang Road rehabilitation, and assured sustained efforts for the overall advancement of the region.

The coronation ceremony was attended by prominent figures, including former President John Dramani Mahama, Bono East Regional Minister Hon. Adu Gyan, MP Hon. Sanja Nanja, and Municipal Chief Executives of Pru West, Pru East, and Kintampo South. The event drew support from various quarters, emphasizing the unity and collaboration in driving developmental initiatives in the Abease Traditional Area.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com | 101.1MHZ | Bolgatanga |

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