Assembly Members Deserve Better Not Motorcycle – Concern Assembly Members To Government
The Concern Assembly Members (CAM) in the Ashanti Region have expressed their disappointment in the government for neglecting them and focusing on others.
According to them, they have intimated that governments over the years have not seen the impact of assembly members and their contributions to the development of the country.
They said, “if all things being equal, assembly members and members of parliament have the same work responsibilities and the Finance Ministry thinks their work does not contribute to national development, they will exercise their constitutional right because they are equally elected just as the Members of Parliament and should be resourced.
In a press conference organised by CAM in the region led by Hon Andrews Owusu of the Sasa Bomso Electoral Area in Afigya Kwabre South District, Hon. Mathew Darling of Afrancho Electoral Area in Atwima Kwanwoma District, Hon. I.K. Achampong of Boatman Electoral Area in Afigya Kwabre North and others.
The leader of the group who is the assembly member at Sasa Bomso Electoral Area in Afigya Kwabre South District, Hon Andrews Owusu explained bitterly that, “the assembly members contribute a lot to the development of the country but they only reward them with motorcycles which is very painful”.
He added that, assembly members do all the dirty works and others enjoy at their expense.
He therefore appealed with the government to listen to the cry of CAM and give them appreciable rewards and not motorcycle alone.
You can call some of the leaders of the CAM for more:
Hon Andrew Owusu ,Sasa Bomso Electoral Area in Afigya Kwabre South District:
Hon Mathew Darling , Afrancho Electoral Area in Atwima Kwanwoma District:
Hon l K Achampong , Boamang Electoral Area in Afigya Kwabre North District:
Hon Isaac Achampong ,Atimatim Electoral in Afigya Kwabre South District:
First Published: icreategh.com
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