Apeatse explosion: NDC donates to victims
The NDC Western Regional Minority Caucus in Parliament today joined the Western Regional executives to support the MP for Prestea Huni Valley Constituency Hon. Wisdom Cudjoe to make donations to the victims of the Apeatse-Bogoso tragic explosion.
The members of parliament led by the caucus chairman, Hon. Emmanuel Armah-Kofi Buah( MP Ellembelle) and the caucus secretary Hon. Eric Afful( MP Wassa Amenfi west) did this in solidarity with their colleague MP of the good people of Pretea Huni Valley Hon. Wisdom Cudjoe.
Other mps who accompanied them were Hon. Kwakye Ackah( MP Wassa Amenfi Central), Hon. Nicholas Amankwah ( MP Wassa Amenfi East), Hon. Kofi Arko Nokoe (MP Evalue Ajomoro Gwira ) and the only lady among the caucus Hon. Dorcas Affo Toffey.
The Western Regional chairman, Nana Toku led his hardworking Regional team to collaborate with the MP’s to do the donations on behalf of the great NDC, Western Region.
The team first toured the accident scenes to get first hand information on the ground. They then met with the Disaster Management Committee of Prestea Huni Valley headed by the DCE of the District Hon. Dr. Isaac Dasmani.
After fruitful deliberations the team drove straight to the palace of Bepo, where the chief thank the NDC for the kind Gesture.
The team proceeded to the new camp to fraternise with the victims and did the donations on behalf of the MP and the party…
The regional executives who joined the team were the regional vice Hon. Daniel Eshun, regional communication officer Richard kirk-Mensah and regional deputy secretary Charles Kojo Adu-Fordjour.
Source: Regional communication officer.
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