The West African Regional Magazine has honored Roads and Highways Minister, Inusah Fuseini for meeting the aspirations of his constituents.
The Magazine after painstakingly conducting a survey in the Tamale Central constituency acknowledged the Tamale legislator’s contribution to the expansion of education infrastructure in his constituency.
The publisher, Rossette Aliu at a colorful ceremony in Tamale applauded the Minister for his exemplary leadership.
According to her, the magazine earlier awarded Inusah Fuseini as the best Minister in the sub-region.
Rossette Aliu emphasized that the Roads and Highways Minister is worthy of praise for his focus and dedication to national service.
She presented a plaque to the Minister which read, “We wish to express our sincere gratitude to Hon. Alhaji Inusah Fuseini for your support during the 2nd edition of the West African Regional Magazine Business and leadership awards held at the CSIR International Conference Centre, Pretoria, Republic of South Africa on 25 day of July 2015.”
Inusah Fuseini in receiving the plaque reaffirmed his commitment to serve his constituents and the nation at large with humility.
He commended all institutions and agencies that have recognized his stewardship and accordingly awarded him.
Inusah Fuseini said he is more focused to deliver in line with the Better Ghana agenda.
He promised to concentrate on the expansion of education, road, sanitation, water and street lighting projects to improve the welfare of his constituents.
The Roads and Highways Minister condemned the direct sharing of money for political expediency.
He disclosed his intention to lobby micro financial institutions including the Micro Finance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC) to assist women in his constituency with soft loans.
He thereby called on delegates in the Tamale Central constituency to renew his mandate during the Parliamentary primaries to enable him continue his transformational agenda should he win the 2016 Parliamentary election.
By: Abdul Karim Naatogmah/citifmonline.com/Ghana