Upon hearing the news, Hon. MP visited the family of the young man in Mankessim last week to commiserate with them on the loss of their son. Hon. Ophelia Mensah Hayford prayed for strength and grace for the family even as they mourn their departed son.
She further assured the family that the police are working tirelessly around the clock to secure justice for their son.
The family thanked Hon Ophelia Hayford Quansah for her empathy and compassion.
From the funeral home, Hon. Ophelia Mensah Hayford visited Oriel City Construction Company Ltd on site as work commences on mankessim inner roads. The scope of work includes a drainage system and bitumen surfacing of the road network. This is to help open up mankessim with different driving routes to make residents comfortable with their movement in town.
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