Okudzeto Ablakwa assesses ongoing community railway networks as he promised bountiful compensation for affected residents who have lost their properties as a result of the construction
The member of parliament for North Tongu Constituency honorable Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has assured the members of his constituency of his continual support to ensure that government compensate the constituents for demolishing their homes, farms etc for the construction.
While commending the government for continuing the project,the member of parliament said authorities can do better to improve the community access routes expecially for children who commute to school daily to ensure their safety.
He stated categorically that government must expedite final compensation for the people of North Tongu Constituency who gave up their homes, shops and farms for the Tema-Mpakadan railway intervention
He assured them that he will continue to pursue the course to ensure that they are compensated as deem fit in the shortest possible time.
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