The Chief Executive Officer of Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC), Mr. Stephen Amoah has donated 180 set of LED street light to the Assembly members in Nhyiaeso Sub Metro of Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly.
The items amounting to the tune of GHC50,000 were donated to the assembly in order to help strengthen the security situation in most part of the sub-metro. Also following the rise in the night robbery which has been much worrying to the residents.
Mr. Amoah speaking to the media urged all the assembly members to make good use of the items to help fight the recent rise in night robbery which is as a result of unavailability of street lights in most places of the sub-metro, adding that there must be communal balance among the assembly members in the constituency.
As per the presentation made to the assembly, the CEO admitted to do all his best to seek for more developmental infrastructures to Nhyiaeso sub-metro.
The CEO In his commitment to promoting the education sector in the sub-metro said a proposal had been made in order for every school to receive 10 computers each.
In order for the sustainability of this initiative, he disclosed that an educational fund would be implemented by the assembly and other corporate bodies to serve as a scholarship scheme to support the needy both the formal and informal of the sub-metro
Speaking on health, Mr. Amoah stated emphatically that a health fund would also be established to ensure better welfare of the aged.
The items donated to the assembly were received on behalf of the Assembly by the Chairman of the Nhyiaeso Sub-Metro, Nana Prempeh alongside all the nine assembly members from the various electoral areas
The chairman of the assembly in his address lauded Mr. Stephen Amoah for his kindness to the Nhyiaeso Assembly.
He then appealed to the CEO for more developmental Infrastructures to the assembly adding by promising the CEO of ensuring a good use of the items delivere
Nana Prempeh also urged the public and other benevolent to also come to their aid with items that can be used to enhance the development of the Nhyiaeso Sub-metro of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly in the Ashanti Region of Ghana
Source:www.foxfmonline.com/Frank Kofi Ntow