“As we celebrate the 62nd anniversary of our Independence, we should remain peaceful and spread love so that we will be able to work in harmony and shun political vigilantism”, he appealed.
He called on the authorities in appropriate quarters to pay attention to their roads as dust has taken over their communities.
Hon. Akwasi Bonsu also spoke on the need to develop the constituency and how to empower the youth in bringing out the best in them devoid of keeping bad company.
“Government has done a lot and a lot more is coming in terms of infrastructural development but we need to spread love as we continue working on building our country.” He added.
He took time to reflect on his achievements in the last four years. Hon. Akwasi Bonsu recounted fixing their KVIP and even built another one. He disclosed that the assembly now has about 65 elderly people on the LEAP program.
Hon. Akwasi Bonsu was optimistic his people will retain him as the assembly member due to his hard work, dedication and commitment to them and his ability in assisting a number of youths in acquiring jobs.
In another development, the Hon. Assembly Member added his voice and commended the government for honoring his promise of the compensation to the bereaved families of the Asawasi indigenes who lost their lives at the Manso Nkwanta shooting but pleaded to extend same to the families of the others who lost their lives in Atwima Foase in February 7, 2018.