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3 months ago

JUST IN: ABLAKWA COMMENDS PROGRESS OF MP-FIRST SKY GROUP HOUSING INITIATIVE

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3 months ago

Ablakwa Commends Progress Of MP-First Sky Group Housing Initiative


Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa is the Member of Parliament for the North Tongu in the Volta region. He served as a deputy minister of state under both John Atta Mills and John Dramani Mahama.


Member of parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has commended First Sky Group on the progress made so far in its housing initiative to rebuild settlements for displaced residents in flood devastated communities.


However, I am absolutely delighted to announce that our MP-First Sky Group Housing Initiative to cater for VRA-induced flood victims is progressing speedily.


Meanwhile, Ablakwa said by all indications, hundreds of my beloved displaced constituents can begin to move in this November as we help in restoring their dignity.


According to him, he is humbly appealing to more corporate organisations and individuals desiring to partner with my office to deliver decent accommodation in record time and free our 21 schools serving as displaced camps so our children can have their education back on track to contact me. 


Remember we are offering FREE LAND for this MP’s Alternative Housing Initiative. 


Let’s join hands and save the over 12,600 displaced fellow compatriots who do not deserve their current predicament.


Together, we can make history.


God bless the First Sky Group & God bless all amazing Ghanaians. 


Elsewhere, Mr Ablakwa rejected the term ‘safe haven’ used to refer to the camps erected for the thousands of victims of flood caused by spillage of water from the Akosombo and Kpong dams.


He revealed that the make-shift camps setup by government to house the thousands of victims, most of whom are his constituents, are congested with no basic facilities like toilets.


“I have consciously refused to use the term ‘safe havens. It cannot be safe havens… They find a nice terminology so that they can cover the issues.”


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