Honorable Mavis Hawa Koomson is the Member of Parliament for the Awutu Senya East and the Minister for Fisheries and Aquaculture Development. Recently, she begun a three day working visit to the Volta Region. As part of the activities, she paid numerous courtesy calls to the chiefs of the region.
She later shared a post on her official Facebook where she announced that she has donated one hundred and twenty nine subsidized outboards to the fishers in the Volta region.
This post of hers received massive reaction. Koo Richie, who identified himself as a fisherman at Shama, pleaded with the Honorable Member of Parliament and Minister on behalf of the Shama constituency. He later asked if the Shama constituency has in one way or the other offended the nation. He later reminded the Fishery commission that Shama is part of the fishing communities. Thus, if they will not provide them with the needed equipment, then they can come for the money since they are ready to pay.
See what he said exactly.
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