The Lawra MP has disclosed that there is no political consideration in the allocation of developmental projects in his constituency.

Anthony Nyoh Abayifaa Karbo made the statement at the sod-cutting ceremony for the construction of a building for Zambo Girls Senior High School.

“The development that I have brought to this municipality, has nothing to do with supporters. I do not care where you come from, I do not care who voted for me, I do not care whether you support the NPP or NDC. All I care about is to develop this town, Lawra,” he said.

The MP who is also the Deputy Minister of Roads and Highways said government over the last three years has initiated and completed several projects in the Lawra Municipality ranging from the drilling boreholes, constructing roads, building schools, and also facelifting some health institutions.

The Lawra Constituency has 29 electoral areas for political convenience, has been divided into five zones. These are Lawra, Babile, Brifo, Eremon and Zambo.

Apart from Zambo, the rest of the other zones have received their fair share of development from the Lawra municipality.

Touching on this, Anthony Nyoh Abayifaa Karbo said it was now time to shift attention to Zambo, but pleaded for patience.

“My attention, energy, and focus are going to be on Zambo for the rest of my term.”

He said comparatively, development projects in the Lawra constituency was higher than in other communities, citing the Brifo zone where electricity had been extended to. This is in addition to some road construction projects, as well as a new hospital and clinic.

Listing other projects embarked on since he assumed the role of a legislature, the MP said all project were aimed solely at solving the developmental problems in the area, and not for the benefit of any political party.

He urged the people to vote based on the performance record of the political parties and their leaders. 

The Executive Director of Ghana National Petroleum Company (GNPC) Foundation, Dr Dominic Kwesi Eduah before he broke the grounds for work to begin on the new building for Zambo Girls Senior High School urged the people to see the foundation as a development partner.

He called on the contractor, 3WM Constructions to use local artisans for the project in order to build their capacity.