Member of Parliament for Suhum, Fredrick Opare Ansah had embarked on a tour of his constituency by visiting some churches in his constituency.
The Suhum legislator and his entourage started their tour from the Restoration Assemblies of God church, where he used the opportunity to educate the congregation on government’s flagship policies such as the Free Senior High School policy, abolishing of nuisance taxes and the reduction in tariffs.
He further touched on the double tracking system and its implementation and further donated fifty (50) bags of cement and two (2) street lights to the church.
Mr. Fredrick Opare Ansah’s next stop was at the Anglican Church where he donated fifty bags of cement to help in the completion of a Kindergarten structure, for the Suhum Anglican School.
His stop over at the Freeman Methodist Church, he had the opportunity of throwing light on the much talked about Sinohyro contract in terms of the barter trading which has been government’s way of ensuring the infrastructure needs of the country are addressed.
In addition he donated hundred bags of cement to the Freeman Methodist Church to aid in the construction of a new school block, whiles the Ebenezer Presbyterian also benefited from fifty (50) bags of cement to support the construction of a mission house.