By: Evans Attah Akangla| ignewss| Kpetoe
The Member of Parliament for Agortime-Ziope constituency, Hon. Charles Agbeve, has pledged to construct a new Health Post at the Agortime Kpetoe Market before the year ends.
According to the MP, the prolonged challenges faced by mothers and nurses in caring for babies will finally come to an end as part of his February Valentine package to the people of Agortime Kpetoe.
Hon. Agbeve emphasized that funds for the three-month project are readily available, with the District Director of Health overseeing the project. The sod-cutting ceremony is scheduled to take place in two weeks, marking the commencement of the project.
“This February, the month of love, I, MP Charles Agbeve, will show you, my love. When you go to our market, it will be disheartening to see our women and nurses conducting weighings under trees and on benches. In less than two weeks, I will invite all of you to witness the sod-cutting for the construction of the Health Post in the market.
The funds for the project are with the District Health Director of Agortime Ziofe, and I have given the contractor three months to hand over the site for use,” stated Hon. Charles Agbeve during an address at the graduation ceremony of 61 hairdressers and seamstresses under his initiative.
The MP, seeking his third term in parliament, urged the people of Agortime, especially artisans, to unite and draft a proposal to be forwarded to Parliament requesting the establishment of a Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) center in the constituency.
He believes this would enhance entrepreneurship and skill development in the Agortime Ziope constituency.
Highlighting the importance of TVET as the backbone of every community’s development, Hon. Agbeve stressed that a proposal from the artisans in the constituency would showcase their potential skills, prompting the establishment of TVET in the area.
The MP encouraged constituents to prioritize the development of the constituency and urged them to turn out in large numbers to vote for his return, along with supporting John Dramani Mahama and the NDC’s return to power.