Mr Isaac Odoom, District Chief Executive for Asikuma Odoben Brakwa, has said the fulfillment of the promises of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Government greatly affected the fortunes of his district.

Mr who Odoom made the statement during an interaction with the Ghana News Agency (GNA) at Breman Brakwa in the Central Region said for the past three years, the NPP Government fulfilled most of its promises and urged the electorates to vote for them in the impending general election to provide more social amenities to enhance the living conditions of Ghanaians.

Mr. Odoom explained that for the better works of the NPP Government, the Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District could boast of better standards of living.

According to him, the district had additional 37 learning institutions to the 15 existed ones listed on the School Feeding Programme, bringing the total schools on the programme to 52 beneficiaries.

The DCE explained further that the district also benefited from the government’s “Free Senior High School Programme” and the “Nation’s Builders Corp”, which curbed graduate unemployment in the district.

The Chief Executive challenged students and pupils in the district to endeaviour to take their studies seriously, by advantage of the free SHS policy by the government, adding; “your success at school will justify the investment of the government in the education sector”.

He told the GNA that the government was concerned about the poor sanitary conditions in parts of the country and that, the Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District Assembly was complimenting that effort by addressing issues of waste management and environmental sanitation, to help maintain a clean environment in the district.

Mr. Odoom stressed that there were several sensitization programmes within the communities and therefore, urged the people to participate in the numerous clean-up campaigns.

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