Rep Tyough Outlines Projects for Constituents

 

By Lazarus Zakaa,Abuja

Member Representing Kwande/Ushongo Federal Constituency at the National Assembly, Robert Aondona Tyough, has lined up series of activities for the benefit of his constituents.

The Federal lawmaker whose cardinal interest, in addition to his primary responsibility of lawmaking is the provision of clean water, impacting education, agriculture and power says in a press statement that effective Monday, 7th December, 2020, he will commence distribution of text books and exercise books to students in the federal constituency, to be followed by forms for the Rep Tyough Scholarship Scheme.

According to the statement, work has commenced on installation of power projects in four locations within his constituency. It explained that Chor in Nyiev is due to benefit from solar powered light, with two power projects at Adikpo, electrification project running through Wantor Secondary School -Tse-Ikpa and the installation of a 500/33Kva transformer at Ushongo Town for constituents to celebrate the Yuletide with light.

Representative Tyough is also undertaking six water projects during the festive period in locations within the federal constituency including Ushongo, Adikpo, Achia, Iyôn, Ukum Mbaandam and Lessel Markets, to ease the problem of water and contribute to hygiene.

During this Yuletide, the statement notes that Kwande/Ushongo constituents will have the benefit of business cards, an initiative of the National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA), a platform that consists of solar panel, cooler, charging platform, juice extractor, money transfer technology with huge economic benefit to the beneficiaries.

While soliciting for patience and prayers from his constituents, Reps Tyough says his One Million Naira per women cooperative society in each of the Council Wards that comprised Kwande/Ushongo Federal Constituency will resume in January next year, for the purpose of improving their economic well-being.

He similarly enjoined transporters and beauticians to register their trades to benefit from the empowerment initiative he has outlined for them.

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