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A/R: Bremanghene commends President Akufo-Addo, Kyei Mensah Bonsu

Source: Tvnewsgh.com | Akua-Piesie Asare Bediako

The Majority Leader, who doubles as Minister for Parliamentary Affairs and Member of Parliament (MP) for Suame constituency in the Ashanti region, Sompahene Hon.Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu, has been commended by residents for commencing the construction of roads in Bremang.

The construction works began at Abusuakruwa electoral area with the contract awarded to Kofi Job Construction Company.

Bremanghene and residents expressed appreciation to the MP when they spotted the contractor and his equipment in the area.

Nana Kotei Kutin Sraman II who was an ardent critic of Kyei Mensah-Bonsu praised him for this gesture and also applauded him for being a listening MP.

“Hon. Kyei Mensah-Bonsu met me to discuss how these roads will be constructed, he promised me that works will begin in 2019 and true to his words, the roads are being constructed. He is a man of his words and a great leader” Bremanghene said.

Areas where works began include Bremang junction, Bremang fie and Bremang cemetery near the Presbyterian Church of Ghana.

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The contractor will tackle Maakro, Tarkwa/Anomangye and Suame electoral areas when the construction of Bremang central road is completed.

All major roads in the nine electoral areas within the constituency will be asphalted to ease vehicular traffic.

According to the NPP vice chairman in the constituency, Mr. Asante, the major problem in the constituency is the deplorable nature of the roads, which has over the years, paved way for residents to cast insults on the MP, adding such insults will be over after construction of the roads.

“The era of insults against Hon.Kyei Mensah-Bonsu is over since the bad roads which called for the insults are being constructed” The vice chairman said.

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