Member of Parliament for Nsuta Kwaman Beposo constituency, Hon. Adelaide Ntim has redeemed her pledge of reshaping road which links several communities in her constituency.
The road connects the residents of Sekyere Beposo to Anwanya, Wioso, Banko, Akrofonso then to Affiduase and other adjoining communities in the Sekyere Central district of the Ashanti Region.
The repair and reshaping come few weeks after she promised the residents especially cocoa farmers, pregnant women and ill persons who were in difficulties in and around the aforementioned communities to fix it for them.
The road links these communities to towns and villages but the deplorable nature compelled most activities to grand to a halt.
Due to the nature of the road, drivers stopped loading passengers to the communities and as a result, the residents had to trek to Beposo before they could get asses to vehicle.
Again, the farm produce were stuck in the bushes, since okada, pragya ( tricycle) and vehicles that were supposed to convey them refused due to the bad nature of the road.
The the workaholic and assiduous lawmaker, Hon Adelaide Ntim toured and inspected the areas to ascertain the extent of the damage of the road few days after it was reported to her by the residents.
The MP, after the tour, promised to do what she could to help put the road in good shape .
Hence this intervention few days after promising them with accessible and motorable road.
Speaking to media after the inspection, she explained, her records in road reshaping and construction within her three years in office is unmatched, because it’s her priority to ensure the residents will have better living.
She explained that, the road reshaping and construction commence from Nkuguwa Aframso Domase stretch, Bima, Biremu, Aframso to Jeduako, Kruwi and finally the Beposo to Banko root, the purpose is to ensure that the commuters and vehicles will have easy movement to undertake their activities.
Adding that, the selfless and visionary MP, Hon Adelaide Ntim however pleaded with the delegates to retain her in the impending NPP parliamentary primaries so that she can continue with the provision of developmental projects to the constituency.
Speaking to Hon.Samuel Koduah the
Assembly member for Beposo East And Hon. Amoanimaa Monica, the Assemblywoman for Beposo West, said, the poor state of the road has been preventing the commuters to travel with vehicle, they have to trek before their farms produce will be in the market for selling.
They however praised the MP for responding to their request on time to carry out the reshaping on the road.
They promised to retain her as their MP since she did not fail them.