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11-Feb-2012  
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Hon. Akua Dansua, the NDC Member of Parliament for North Dayi
 
 
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A pressure group in the Kpando district of the Volta Region of Ghana, Conscious Cause Movement (CCM) is demanding the withdrawal of Hon. Akua Dansua, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament for North Dayi, from the constituency’s primaries.

Hon. Akua Sena Dansua is a member of four parliamentary committees, Gender and Children, Public Accounts, Business and Local Government and Rural Developments. Apart from this, she is currently the Minister for Tourism.

According to the group, the North Dayi MP has had three terms in Parliament as their representative with virtually nothing to show for it in terms of human and physical development of the area.

But a list of achievements chanced upon by peacefmonline.com clearly shows that the group has not been fair to the NDC MP.

North Dayi constituency has for some time now experienced lots of development programmes, pushing it to a higher pedestal.

Despite being a member of four parliamentary committees, there is every indicator to the fact that the one-time Sports Minister has performed assiduously in her constituency.

Through the Getfund, MP’s Common Fund, MP’s NHIF and SIF fund, she has been able to lobby for MiDA loans for farming groups, create employments, give scholarships, organized a tour for Ambassadors and Heads of Foreign Missions in Ghana to Kpando and other districts to discuss tourism, provide clean drinking water and many more.


Below is the Part 1 of the list of achievements in the North Dayi constituency made possible by Hon. Sena Dansua.


NB: The list of achievements is serialized into four parts.


ACHIEVEMENTS OF HON. AKUA SENA DANSUA, MP FOR NORTH
DAYI CONSTITUENCY – (2009 TO DATE)


• Providing Great Visibility to the Constituency in terms of performance as a Member of Parliament (MP) and Minister.

• Lobbied for the creation of new North Dayi District to ensure availability of resources for development of the People and the area.

• Lobbied for inclusion of North Dayi District in MiDA programme with many development projects.

AGRICULTURE
• Facilitated the establishment of piggeries for 6 Youth Groups

• Donated 5 bundles of roofing sheets and two (2) of cooking bowls toward District Farmers Day Celebrations

• MiDA Loans for Farmers’ groups


EMPLOYMENT
• NYEP Jobs - 150 NYEP Teachers

- 50 - Hairdressing

- 50 - Dressmaking

- 200 - Zoomlion

- 25 - NADMO Zonal Coordinators

- 20 Zoil - Volta Lake

- 20 - Eco -Brigade

• Police - 5

• Others - 5

EDUCATION
• Scholarships –
- Korea - 2 Masters Degree

- China - 1 Masters Degree

- Cuba - 1 Medicine

• Facilitated an Exchange Programme between Schools in Sweden and Constituency (Travels)

- KPASEC – No. of Students - 20 Students and 7 Teachers

- ANFOESEC – No. of Students - 14 Students and 5 Teachers

- KPANTEC - 20 Students, 5 Teachers with 3 solid projects.

• Ultra – Modern Girls Hostel - Vakpo Sec Tec High School

• Girls Hostel – Anfoega Senior High School

• Obtained 240 Laptop Computers from Ministry of Education for distribution to Basic Schools

• ANFOESEC – Vocational School Programme

• Purchased 134 Boxes of educational Materials from Operation Happy Child (NGO) for distribution to schools

• 130 Computer Tables & Chairs for JHSs

• 394 dual desks

• 250 Sets of Kg Furniture

• School under trees - 6 Primary Schools

- 1 JHS

• Purchased building materials for Island Communities to provide decent school Structures to pupils.

• Facilitated 5 scholarships for 5 female youth under ADB/GOC Gender Skills Programme

• Purchased 50 computers for other beneficiaries

• Debidebi – Six – Classroom, Office and Store, Block, Library with furniture and 4-Seater girl-friendly toilets (Plan Ghana) (Special Project)



Please note that projects and items were funded from the MP’s Common Fund, MP’s NHIF, MP’s SIF Fund and MP’s Getfund.

 
 
 
Source: Peacefmonline.com
 
 

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