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Outgoing MCE For Nsawam/Adoagyiri Advocates More Support For District Police Command
 
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06-Jan-2017  
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The outgoing Municipal Chief Executive of Nsawam/ Adoagyiri Hon Benjamin Ohene Ayeh has assured the Nsawam District Police Command of the continues support of the Assembly and his personal support even after the new government of the NPP assumes office on January 7 th.

Hon Ben Ayeh made the statement when the BAYT African Charity- Ghana commissioned a borehole it had provided for the Nsawam District Police at a cost of thirty eight thousand Ghana cedis (Ghc 38,000) through funds provided by the Sheik Thani Bin Abdulla Foundation for Humanitarian Services of Qatar.

Hon Ben Ohene Ayeh commended BAYT Africa Charity -Ghana for their kind gesture.

The Nsawam District Police Commander DSP Michael Dandy Zah described the provision of the borehole to them as a timely and significant intervention which will go a long way to help create a conducive environment to enhance their work

The Executive Secretary of BAYT African Charity- Ghana Alhaji Ismail Zakariah said apart from the Nsawam District Police , his organization has also provided boreholes to the Nsawam Government Hospital and the Adeiso Presbyterian Senior High School at a cost of thirty eight thousand Ghana cedis each .

Alhaji Ismail Zacharia Alhassan said the BAYT Africa Charity - Ghana will also offer support to various schools in the country to promote education.
 





 
 
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