The Chief of Adutor, Togbe Lugu Awadali IV applauds the Member of Parliament for South Tongu Constituency Honourable Kobena Mensah Woyome for always fulfilling his promises to the people of South Tongu.
According to the Chief, the South Tongu MP promises and always fulfills his promises to his constituents in all aspects.
The revened Chief explained that, some politicians came to the Adutor community, promised and don’t do it, but Kobena Mensah Woyome came, promised and quickly fulfilled it unlike others.
Togbe Lugu Awadali IV disclosed this at an event where the MP stock the Adutor Health Centre with medical items and consumables worth about Thirty-Thousand Ghana Cedis (GH¢30,000.00) on Sunday, 24th April, 2022 to augment the existing materials at the facility.
Togbe Lugu Awadali IV, speaking on behalf of the Adutor community, a suburb of Sogakope in the South Tongu District of the Volta Region has expressed his appreciation to the MP for the kind donation.
Togbe Lugu Awadali IV is much grateful that, Hon. Kobena Mensah Woyome has fulfilled his promise within the shortest possible time following requests from the hospital management and his outfit.
He appreciates the MP’s kind gestures and support towards the people. He prayed for Hon. Woyome to expand the Adutor Health Centre as he promised.
He also encourages the MP to put in more efforts to have the Health Centre converted into Polyclinic.
Togbe in addition appealed to Mr. Woyome to help lobby for bungalows for staff of the clinic in Adutor.
According to the Chief, he will ensure that, the Traditional Area collaborate with other stakeholders to release land for the expansion works and construction of bungalows for health workers.
“We have vast land for the expansion of the health centre and building of bungalows. We will make sure the land is released for the project.” Togbe said.
“Some politicians came to the community, promised and don’t do it, but you [MP] came, promised and quickly fulfilled it. We appreciate that, we hope that, as you promised to expand the health centre, you will response to that as well.” Togbe Lugu Awadali IV.