The schism between the answers and the questions of life has been a crudely evasive concept; with the answers seemingly lagging behind, ad infinitum.
This is the way which the MP-elect for Ejisu, Prof. John Ampontuah Kumah has pledged to go; testifying same in his recent massive project: the rehabilitation of the Adako Jachie Kokoobra Bridge.
When completed within the three weeks project schedule, the Adako Jachie Kokoobra bridge, which has been broken since 1964 (7 years after Ghana won independence) will be yet another successful rehabilitation of a large-scale project through the leadership of Prof. John Ampontuah Kumah, following suit the comprehensive restoration of the Asaman bridge: an impressive 12 day project to bring major relief to the people of Asaman (within the Ejisu Constituency), and all who ply the bridge.
Set to be commissioned on Monday, December 28th, the Asaman bridge which has been in a grossly deplorable state will take on its old glory and purpose; thereby improving the livelihood of the townsfolk, going a long way to enhance the economical stance of the Ejisu Constituency.
True to the words of Prof. John Ampontuah Kumah, his victory signifies work is beginning at Ejisu. As factual as that statement is, to those who have witnessed his commitment to see Ejisu soar, through adequate infrastructure — his statement is a rather modest assertion given that work began long before he became MP-elect.
Source: SHADRACK GYAMFI