The deputy Finance Minister who doubles as member parliament, Hon John Ampontuah Kumah has wowed constituents with his undying dedication to help improve the lives of his people
On Saturday, 9th October 2021, the member of parliament cut the sod for work to start on phase 1 of the Ejisu Sports Infrastructure Project.
Addressing the people, the member of parliament revealed that they are building a total of 5 astroturf modern FIFA standard football pitches, 2 basketball ball courts, 1 handball pitch and 2 volleyball pitches across 5 areas in the Ejisu Constituency.
He also added that next week he will cut sod for work to start on an extra 5 FIFA size football pitches in 5 different locations making it 10 for this year.
"The vision is to ensure that in the next four years, every community in Ejisu will have a standard FIFA sized green football pitch for sporting activities.
Sports development is one of the key job creation opportunity government is exploring. As Member of Parliament (MP), I have seen the talent that we can develop from the Ejisu Constituency and I am keen on supporting them" he said.
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