The Member of Parliament (MP) for Ellembelle Constituency in the Western Region, Mr Emmanuel Armah-Kofi Buah, has appealed to the youth of the country to eschew from engaging activities that would tarnish the reputation of the country especially as it prepares for the December polls.

According to the legislator, the youth being the future leaders of the country should ensure to lead exemplary lives within the society which they find themselves in by refraining from trading in political insults among each others.

“The youth of this country must exhibit the sense of tolerance by accepting each other’s view irrespective of one’s lineage mostly from the political front.”

Mr Kofi Buah made these assertions when he was addressing the Awiebo Methodist Youth, in a suburb of Ayinanse in his constituency last Sunday.

He charged them to refrain from engaging into all forms of unacceptable acts which will jeopardize their chances in their future endeavours.

“As youth, it is very important for us to ensure our dignity by frowning against trouble makers who would seek to foment chaos among the people,” he noted.

Mr. Buah, who also doubles as the Deputy Minister of Energy in charge of Petroleum, further urged the youth to be determined and focus on their aspirations as well as lead a life worthy of emulation.

As part of his contribution to support the welfare of the youth in the church, he presented a cash amount of GH¢ 200.00 and promised to honour similar events to be held in the future.

In another development, the legislator also donated a cash sum of GH¢500.00 to the Christian Community Church Orphanage at Awiebo.

He acknowledged the fact that the needy and the under privileged in the society should be given the needed attention by ensuring that their basic needs are provided always.

The MP further called on the society to ensure they show love to the less privileged by donating to support their welfare.

He moreover gave the assurance to the caretakers of the home that his office will put in place measures that would pay their allowances and salaries every month.

Mr. Buah also commissioned a sixteen-seater toilet facility for the people of Essiama in his constituency; where in his interaction with the community folks advised them to ensure peace and unity among themselves.

They were also tasked to shun politicians who want to generate instability among the good people of the country and called on them to continue to support him in order to initiate more developmental projects to the benefit of all.

He also visited some ongoing projects which are being undertaken by his office such as the Essiama electrification extension project and also interacted with the students who are preparing to sit for their NOV/DEC West African Senior Certificate Examination (WASCE), an initiative sponsored by the office of the MP.

The students were encouraged to take their studies seriously since his outfit was prepared to assist those who would excel in the exams.


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