From now on, the people of the Bimbila Constituency in the Northern Region will not have problems conveying their dead to the cemetery for burials as their Member of Parliament who is also Defense Minister has gifted them a hearse to help in that regard. Dominic Nitiwul's gesture followed an appeal made to President Akufo-Addo when he last visited the constituency during a working tour of the Northern Region some two months ago. But the minister has taken it upon himself to provide the hearse to the community who have struggled since time immemorial to find vehicles to convey their dead to the cemetery. His gesture will also provide some reprieve to his constituents who were also already doing a communal contribution to procure a vehicle that will help alleviate their plight.
Regent of the Nanung Kingdom, Nyelinbolgu Naa Yakubu Andani, received the hearse at the Gmantabu Palace and on behalf of the people expressed gratitude to the MP for his intervention. He then proceeded to hand over the hearse to the Bimbila Cemetery Committee and advised them to manage it properly to ensure it last longer for the benefit of the community. The Regent cautioned political party communicators not to play partisan politics with the MP's gesture but to see it as a humanitarian service he has rendered to his people.
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