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05-Apr-2016  
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The Member of Parliament (MP) for Ellembelle, Mr Emmanuel Armah-Kofi Buah, has pledged his unflinching support towards the development of the Samenye Community in the Jomoro Constituency.

He said development was a collective responsibility and pledged his commitment to extend his developmental agenda to the community whenever the need arose.

The MP said the entire development of Nzemaland should be the prime motive of anybody who had the development of the area at heart irrespective of boundaries.

Mr Buah, who is also the Minister of Petroleum, was speaking at the annual festival of the Samenye Community at the weekend.

He reminded the community of the need for peace and unity in the run-up to the November 7 general election adding that a number of countries in Africa had been plunged into chaos due to misunderstanding over the outcome of elections.

Mr Buah said the National Democratic Congress was not in any way interested in fomenting trouble and that any party member who fuelled electoral violence before, during and after the elections would be dealt with according to law.

He pledged to assist the community financially to improve development of the town.

Mr Francis Adu Blay, the MP for Prestea Huni-Valley, who accompanied Mr Buah, donated an unspecified amount of money to support development of the community.

There was an appeal for funds in aid of a community centre.

Present at the ceremony was the former CPP Parliamentary candidate for Jomoro, Madam Samia Yaaba Nkrumah. 
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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