The Member of Parliament for Okaikwei North, Theresa Lardi Awuni, has expressed great hope in the coming year, describing it as a year that will be bigger and better.
She explained that just as she and her other colleagues on the Minority side of parliament have done in the year, they would continue to exhibit even more of those in the year 2023.
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) MP also stated that she would endeavour to live up to her promises and assurances to her constituents.
“Next year is going to be the year of bigger and better. I will, together with my colleagues in the minority, continue to fight, every inch of the way to make sure that you get a good deal, and to hold this decrepit administration to account. We have a lot to do in Okaikwei North, and a lot will get done next year.
“A lot of things are in the works already. Overpromising and under-delivering is not my thing, so pardon me if I don’t divulge too many details,” she said in a statement.
Theresa Lardi Awuni’s statement were contained in her Christmas message to her constituents.
She used the opportunity to tout some of her achievements in 2022, within her constituency.
One of the areas that was predominantly focused on, she said, was the area of education.
“We chalked many philanthropic successes, with projects like the provision of canopies, chairs and tables for the Alogboshie Hospital, health screenings in almost every ward of our constituency, in addition to seeing to the medical needs/expenses of a bunch of our constituents.
“We also donated stationery and snacks for BECE candidates this year, supported the Muslim community with foodstuff for the festivities, in addition to glucometer machines and strips for the aged across the constituency, among many others.
“My office provided financial assistance to over twenty-five people this year, for educational purposes, with these candidates receiving training ranging from fashion to media, digital technologies and food production. The training they will receive will make them productive leaders who will put our constituency on the map,” she said.