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‘We have done a lot, and we still have a lot to do’ – Hawa Koomson

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Madam Mavis Hawa Koomson, MP for Awutu Senya East, has made a solid case for re-election, emphasizing her credentials and accomplishments for her district.

The Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture improvement, who is running for a fourth term in Parliament, stated that she has touched practically every region in need of improvement and that there was still much more she could do for her constituency.

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She told the reporters following her vetting in Cape Coast that she has invested in education, health, road infrastructure, water, and security, among other things, to better the people’s quality of life.

“I am putting up a police regional headquarters for the Central East Police Regional Command in my constituency to enhance security,” she said.

“I’m also providing boreholes to provide potable water to areas without pipe borne water until they are finally connected.”

Given the vastness of her electorate, Madam Koomson stated that it was difficult to detect the development projects she had done, but they existed and she was set to add more.

She stated that she distinguished out among her competitors because of her experience, amiable manner, and accomplishments.

Mr Bernard Ayeh Danquah and Mr Eric Kwaku Boateng are running against her.

 

 

 

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