The NPP Chairman for Damongo Nana Kwame Aboagye has donated four computers and accessories including a generator set, a set of 1,500 books and 50 solar lanterns to the Murugu primary school in the West Gonja District of the newly created Savannah Region on behalf of the Deputy chief of staff Samuel Abu Jinapor.
Chairman Nana Kwame Aboagye who is also the Assemblyman for the Atributo Electoral Area of Damongo town also handed over 200 bags of cement to the school towards the construction of a Teachers bungalow.
Chairman Kwame Nana Kwame Aboagye explained to Nkilgi Fm it was the wish of Lawyer Jinapor to present the items himself but due to his busy schedules, he delegated he the NPP Chairman to make the donation on his behalf.
Receiving the items on behalf of the school, the District Director of Education for West Gonja District, Mr Salifu Adams, thanked Abu Jinapor for the intervention and urged him to do more to support other communities in the district. He used the opportunity to also appeal for more from people who can help in raising the standard of education especially in the rural areas in the West Gonja District.
Before yesterdays donation the Deputy Chief of Staff Abu Jinapor earlier funded the construction of midwifery quarters and handed it over to the community weeks back.
Nkilgi FM spoke to Chairman Nana Kwame Aboagye shortly after the ceremony and he enumerated all the interventions of Deputy Chief of Staff Samuel Abu Jinapor concluding sending someone from Murugu to Hajj, recruiting a young man from the community into the Police Service, building of a quarters for midwives, supply of 50 solar panels and 200 bags of cement for a Teachers quarters.
Nana Aboagye Kwame said the Deputy Chief of Staff is not an MP but doing a lot for Murugu as a community.
He called for comparison between what Deputy Chief of Staff Abu Jinapor has done for Murugu in just two years after the NPP government came to power and what the MP for Damongo Hon Adams Mutawakilu Garlus has done for Murugu after four years as DCE and eight years as an MP.