The flag bearer of the Progressive People?s Party, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, and his wife, Mrs. Yvonne Nduom, have built a six-bedroom house, which by its location, can be described as an ultra-modern facility, for teachers at Abeyee, a village community in the Komenda Edina Eguafo Abrem (KEEA) constituency.

The six-bedroom block has a toilet and bathroom facilities.

Preparations are far-advanced for the connection of electricity into the house, and according to mangers of the project, that would be done within the next week. Later in the day, the couple donated 200 bags of cement to some other communities in KEEA.

An ecstatic inhabitants and residents of Abeyee were full of joy when news got round the community that providers of the building, Dr. Nduom and Mrs. Nduom were at the village to outdoor the facility. School children lined up at the main Abeyee streets to welcome the duo.

In the case of the cement donation, Dr. Nduom and his wife gave to the communities to help them facilitate the construction of some projects being earmarked by the chiefs, elders and the people of the communities, and had been on the drawing board because of lack of funds and materials.

These communities were Bando, where Dr. Nduom gave 50 bags of cement; Benyadze, 50 bags, and; Dominase, 100 bags. The Nduoms were accompanied on the tour and donations by some of the executives of the Central regional branch of the PPP and other national executive members including a National First National Chairperson, Mrs. Mary Ankomah Boakye-Boateng; National Communications Director, Richmond Keelson; Alistair Nelson, a member of the party?s National Communication Team, and; others from the presidential campaign team.

Dr. Nduom and his team had earlier in the morning swore in executives of the Daboase branch of the PPP where he admonished members to stay focused, committed and work hard to help the party win the Mpohor Wassa East seat of the Western Region.

In all some 190 members of the nine polling stations were sworn into office by the leadership of the PPP.

Each member of the executives was charged to win 10 more members for the party. The exercise is being replicated in all ten regions of the country.

Similar exercises were performed at Asuoko-Esaman and Aboadze in the Shama constituency of the Western Region.

The party?s parliamentary candidate for Shama, Paapa Essuman, was introduced to the gathering. Although the Asuoko-Esaman and the Aboadze events were supposed to be strictly polling station organisation, the sheer presence of the PPP flag bearer drew many people to the venue of the two programmes that in the end, Dr. Nduom and his team ended up addressing a mini-rally.

Although Dr. Nduom was in the Western Region to continue with his grassroots campaign, pressures from chiefs, elders and people of Abeyee were so intense that the Nduoms finally had to acquiesce to their request and commission the facility, amid pure joy and ecstasy from mainly inhabitants of the town.

Dr. Nduom and his wife were touched to the marrow when in one of their tours at Abeyee early this year, realised that teachers of the town had to travel a very long distance to perform their duties and therefore saw the need to provide the community with a teacher?s bungalow to alleviate their plight.

Many of the teachers, it was established, resided outside of the town and therefore had to struggle to facilitate their movement from their respective homes to Abeyee.

In an address, the Chief of Abeyee, Nana Fobil, was full of praise for the Nduoms whom he thanked so much for providing them with the facility and prayed that their wishes in this year?s election would be realised.

Other speakers at the function included Mr. Kweku Ackom Amoah, who deputised for the Municipal Director of the KEEA and the headmaster of the Abeyee Basic Schools.

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