“Ghana Beyond Aid” shouldn’t battle basic social amenities-Dept Min (Works & Housing)

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The Member of Parliament for Cape Coast North Constituency Barbara Asher Ayisi who doubled as the Deputy Minister for Works and Housing expresses gratitude to the founder and overseer of Maranatha Power Ministries International Bishop Francis Afotey Odai for reaching out to the people of her constituents by providing with mechanized borehole to reduce their water challenges. Barbara Asher Ayisi said Ghanaian communities should not have been battling with water and toilet facilities as the country is championing “Ghana Beyond Aid” agenda. She is therefore appealing to other institutions to lend a helping hand to government to provide such basic social amenities to communities that are in need of it. She made the appeal when Maranatha Power Ministries International led by Bishop Francis Afotey Odai to hand over mechanized water constructed for the people of Koforidua Effutu in the Cape Coast Metropolis in the Central Region.

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