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Former NDC Parliamentary Aspirant for Amasaman reshapes Samsam road

The NDC 2023 parliamentary aspirant for the Amasaman Constituency,Hon.Sam Atsu Forson has taken the responsibility of reshaping of the deplorable samsam road in the Amasaman Constituency after several years of neglect by this current administration.

The move, according to the Mr Forson, is to make the Samsam road accessible for commuters.

The indegens of the are have been whining for motorable road since the NPP government took power from the NDC but their plea proved abortive making it difficult for drivers and farmers to ply the road for Economic activities.

Pregnant women and the sick usually struggle plying the road to seek medical care.

The deplorable nature of the road has been like this for decades but constant calls on successive MPs and governments to reshape the road have proved futile.

“This was the nature of the road and even these drivers and farmers cannot commute on the road due to the deplorable nature” a resident lamented.

Some of the inhabitants were stunned by the reshaping exercise by Hon.Sam Atsu Forson since the roads have been there idle for decades.

They stressed that, though Mr.Forson is not the MP but has been able to make the roads motorable for people of Samsam.

The indigenous people heaped praises and admiration on Sam Atsu Forson for extending his humanitarian service to the community.

By Lawrence Odoom

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