Member of Parliament(MP) for Sagnarigu Constituency, Alhaji ABA Fuseini who was mercilessly teased for donating some plastic chairs and wooden benches to his constituents has donated two modern grinding mills to his constituents, in seems to be a response to his critics.
At a brief ceremony recently, the lawmaker reputed for his
use of African proverbs, presented the grinding mills to the people of
Yilonaayili, Baagiyili and Kulimanga all in his constituency an improvement of
the earlier donation that got him trolled on social media platforms.
The beneficiaries, overjoyed by the gesture were profuse in
their gratitude to the parliamentarian who made the donation to boost economic
activities in the area.
Recently he got a lot of flak for making a public donation
of plastic chairs and wooden benches to his constituents.
Sources confirmed to MyNewsGh.com that the donation of the
chairs and benches was upon a request by the electoral area executive of the
National Democratic Congress ( NDC) in the Sagnarigu constituency and not an
initiative of the MP. Notwithstanding, he was heavily criticized.
Give us jobs, not
PROVERBS-Constituents charge on A.B.A Fuseini
In June 2018, Ghana’s lawmaker notorious
for using proverbs was given a raw deal by his constituents when they descended
on him in the wake of confusion that broke out at the Tamale Technical
University where the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) was holding
its constituency executive elections.
former Deputy Northern Regional Minister, was literally chased away and hooted
at by angry delegates who were heard in Dagbani telling him they want jobs and
former Minister who appears to have lost out with constituents over accusations
he has not developed the area as a former Deputy Minister and MP, was at the
venue to witness the exercise since he was a direct beneficiary.
But things got to its head when confusion broke out over alleged over voting which saw some of them hurling insults at the honourable member to the shock of some party executives.
“We want jobs and
development, not proverbs”, “stop the needless proverbs and develop the
constituency” and “you will be voted out”, were among some of the comments they
passed as A.B.A Fuseini was escorted to his car and driven away under heavy