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NAVRONGO CENTRAL MP CUTS SOD FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF ULTRA MODERN DRES\’S MAKING CENTRE

The Navrongo Central constituency member of parliament, Sampson Tamgombu Chiragia has cut sod for the construction of an ultra-modern dress-making center on 5th July 2021 and slated for completion in 7 months, January 2022.
This project came after a 2-week intensive I.T training sponsored by the MP to 200 youth of his constituency. The center to be constructed by JOBERG GHANA LTD will contain an ironing room, dress cutting room, and a wide hall that can contain 100 Tailors and seamstresses.

READ ALSO:200 YOUTH IN THE KASSENA/NANKANA MUNICIPALITY RECEIVE I.T TRAINING

Sampson Tamgombu Chiragia stated in a short speech that he aims at developing the human resource capacity of the constituency which has long been neglected and that is one aspect of the constituency he will continue to build on without neglecting the other sectors.
In attendance at the sod-cutting ceremony, was the paramount chief of Navrongo, Pe Dennis Aneakwoa Balinia Adda. He expressed happiness and gratitude for the project which aims at developing the human resource of his traditional enclave.
The dressmakers association of Navrongo was also in attendance. They expressed overwhelming excitement for the project and are hopeful that after completion, it will be judiciously used.

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