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Asutifi South MP set to partners NGO to develop his constituency.

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The Member of Parliament for Asutifi South Constituency, Hon. Alhaji Collins Dauda has promised to partner with ALDIAA society a Non-Government Organization (NGO) to initiate development programs in his Constituency.

He made this known when donated dozens of fabrics to some women at Hwidiem Zongo in the Asutifi South Constituency.

The MP reiterated that, quality education and healthcare, hygiene and sanitation as well as women and youth empowerment are his focus in the constituency’s development.

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Touching on the Foundation, Hon. Collins Dauda said, The NGO was made up of a group of professionals who have felt the need to help communities in Ghana.

He said they have decided to build schools because education is the key to the socio-economic development of the country.

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Communities to benefit from this developmental projects are Hwidiem Islamic, Mehame, Nkasem among others all in the Asutifi South Constituency.

According to the MP, the foundation outfits motive was to put smiles on the faces of the school children and only way they can do that is to build an educational facilities and to also support government agenda since government alone cannot provide the needs of the public.

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He indicated that the foundation priority is focusing mainly on the Zongo Communities with the aim of bringing education closer to children living in these communities.

Beneficiaries who received the febrics lauded the Mp and the charitable foundation for the gesture.

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