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I brought biggest road projects since independence to Tempane – Lawyer asserts

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The former Member of Parliament for the Tempane Constituency in the Upper East Region, Joseph Dindiok Kpemka, has indicated that since Independence he has been the only Member of Parliament to bring major development projects to the constituency.

According to him, from road networks, rural electrification, education, and various sectors that needed improvement, he saw the needs for such projects, and as a result, those initiatives have positively impacted the constituency ever since.

Lawyer Kpemka who was speaking on A1 Radio also indicated that he had overseen the construction of crucial road networks, connecting previously isolated communities and enhancing accessibility.

The rural electrification initiative, according to him, resulted in 53 communities gaining access to the national grid, emphasizing that the electrification efforts are still ongoing, with additional communities slated to benefit from the same contract.

Education was also a focal point of Lawyer Kpemka’s tenure, as he proudly stated that the district witnessed the construction of five six-unit classroom blocks and nine three-unit classroom blocks.

These infrastructural developments, he argued, were instrumental in improving educational facilities and opportunities for the constituents.

Lawyer Kpemka also expressed his commitment to furthering the development of the constituency if elected again in the upcoming 2024 elections.

He pledged to undertake additional projects to uplift the district, citing his past accomplishments as a testament to his dedication to community advancement.

Questioning the whereabouts of the “supposed” tangible projects from the current Member of Parliament, Lydia Lamisi Akanvariba, Lawyer Kpemka then criticized her for lack of lobbying skills.

He therefore called on the constituents to rally on his experience and track record for the good of the constituency come the 2024 elections.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Moses Apiah|Ghana

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