The Member of Parliament for Ledzokuku , Hon Benjamin Narteh Ayiku, has intensified his community engagement activities in the Ledzokuku constituency, as part of the ongoing Homowo Festival celebrations.
The Homowo Festival is an annual festival celebrated by the people of the Teshie traditional area in Greater Accra to commemorate their migration from their ancestral home, and to give thanks to their gods for a bountiful harvest.
As part of his engagement activities, Benjamin Narteh Ayiku has been meeting with traditional leaders, youth groups, and opinion leaders in the Ledzokuku constituency, to discuss issues affecting the community and to seek ways to address them.
Speaking to reporters, the MP expressed his commitment to championing the development agenda of the constituency, and ensuring that the needs of the people are met.
He urged all residents of the constituency to come together, regardless of their political affiliations or ethnic backgrounds, to work towards the common goal of building a better community.
The MP’s engagement activities have been well received by residents of the Ledzokuku constituency, who have commended him for his efforts to bring development to the area.
Many have expressed their appreciation for the MP’s commitment to the community, and have pledged their support for his vision of a better Ledzokuku.
The ongoing Homowo Festival celebration is expected to end with a super massive kpaashimɔ tomorrow.