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ATWIMA KWANWOMA, ASPIRING MP SUPPORTS POLICE STATIONS WITH TV SET.


The Aspiring NPP Parliamentary candidate for Atwema Kwanwoma Constituency in Ashanti Region,Hon Kofi Amankwaah Manu has donated three (3) 32 inches Television Set to three police stations in Atwima Kwanwoma Constituency to enhance the security operations in the district.









According to him this will help the security officers to watch live programs and this will reduce stressing after their day to day activities.
Addressing the media after the presentation, Hon.Kofi Amankwaa Manu emphasized that security officers within the Atwima Kwanwoma enclaves contributed immensely for the development of the constituency which he said there is the need to give them our support for them to keep the spirit alive.





He said the activities of security officials in this country is very keen to the development of this country which we all need to do our best to support them so this donation will serve as a entertainment for them to surmount stress.





The benefited police stations are Trede police station, Hwediem police station and Foase which also serve as is the Atwima Kwanwoma district police Headquarters.
The aspiring member of parliament Hon Kofi Amankwaah Manu urged the individuals and stakeholders to help the police to provide good security and peaceful environment for each and every individuals in district. The issues of reliable peaceful environment can only be accomplished if we all contribute our share responsibilities. The Aspiring member of parliament Hopeful said the road networks in the Atwima Kwanwoma Constituency are in deplorable states which is one of the major challenges distressing the people in Atwima Kwanwoma but with determination and selfless leadership we will surely save our people.I’m going to do all best to lobby for the road to be tared when voted into office as MP coming 7th December Poll.”He said’.





Receiving the items ,the district Police Commander of Atwima Kwanwoma Superintendent Albert Addae Quansah lauded the Aspiring member of parliament Hon Kofi Amankwaah Manu for his kind gesture.





He used the platform to urged the government that the district have six sub police stations but it’s not enough he pleaded to the government to recruit more police personnel to fight against the crimes and protect lives and properties within the constituency. Superintendent Albert Addae Quansah urged the contractors who are working on the roads within the constituency to speed up the road construction once it’s affecting their daily operations.





Superintendent Albert Quansah added that, robbery and car snatchers are using the advantage of the bad roads to cause rob people but the intervention of a new car given to police by the government of the republic of Ghana will will surely deliver our mandate.





He advised the good people within the Atwima Kwanwoma constituency to shun any social vices that will cause political tension ahead of the upcoming general election. Whoever misbehave will suffered our wrath the perpetuators will be deal with the law of the land irrespective of your political affiliation. “he excavated.
He therefore urged those who flaunt their money in a vehicles to stop since the armed rubbers had adopted new strategy for robbery.





Hon Kofi Amankwaah Manu presented the TV Set to Sup, Albert Addai Quansah

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