The happiness of a constituency depends on the person they chose as their member of parliament. The people of Bawku in the Upper East Region are overwhelmed by the good works of their member of parliament Honourable Mahama Ayariga. To reduce the rate of nature's call, the honourable MP is constructing households toilets for his constituents. The program is intended to help eradicate the canker of people attending nature's call in the open which is unhygienic. Nevertheless,
This will also help to curtail the outbreak of diseases such as enteritis, cholera and diarrhoea associated with the environmental hygiene.
The construction is currently ongoing in some communities like Nyorigu in the Kpelwega electoral area. More than a hundred and fifth (150) households are expected to benefit from the program in the Nyorigu area alone.
Honourable Mahama Ayariga intends to cover the entire constituency with the household toilet program.
I think this will go a long way to help the people in his constituency.
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