The Ablekuma North MP has presented various items such as sewing machines, hairdryers, hair steamers and gas cylinders to various party cells and community aligned associations within her constituency.
Sheila Bartels’ presentation which is the third of its kind this month was done at a specially convened meeting to interact with the leaders of the various groups.
These include Abuburo Nkosua Fan Club from Odorkor, Nkosuo Kuo from Akweibu, Buzanga Lane Cell from Awoshie, Regix Cell from Kwashieman, Som pa Cell from Nyamekye and a host of others.
Addressing the leaders gathered, Sheila Bartels outlined her vision for deepening the impact and role of party cells and community aligned associations.
She was of the view that such groups should not restrict their activities only to political mobilisation but should also be able to harness their base for development-oriented activities.
She also outlined her plan to implement a support scheme for such groups and regularly consult them on matters of concern to them and other constituents.
On their part, the various leaders of the cells used the opportunity to congratulate the newly elected MP and thanked her for including them in her vision for the constituency.
They also promised to ensure that the donated items would go to members of their groups and communities in need of such; to practise or learn a trade.
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