Mr. Governs Kwame Agbodza, opposition Member of Parliament for Adaklu has reiterated the promise of the National Democratic Congress to legalise motorbike transport (Okada) business when voted into power.
He said the Okada business served as a source of income for thousands of Ghanaian youth and needed to be legalised and streamlined.
Mr. Agbodza was speaking at a ceremony at which he handed over two sheds he constructed at Adaklu Waya and the T-junction at Akuete to the Okada riders in the Constituency.
He said the project, which he funded with his share of the MP Common Fund was to assist them operated under a conducive environment.
Mr Agbodza noted that the sheds would also provide shelter for those who patronised the services of the Okada riders.
He appealed to those engaged in the Okada business in the area not to engage in any nefarious activities, but be law abiding and courteous to their clients.
He appealed to the electorate in the constituency to vote for the NDC to regain power to resume its development agenda for the area.
Mr Agbodza assured the electorate that the party would fulfil all promises contained in its 'People's Manifesto.'
Mr. Christopher Galenkui, Constituency Communications Officer of the party called on the youth not to be swayed by the "sweet and vain promises of the New Patriotic Party, but rather give their mandate to the NDC.
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