The Member of Parliament (MP) for Ledzokuku, Benjamin Ayiku has provided more than 2,000 streetlights as part of efforts to help curb robbery attacks and other criminal activities at night within the Teshie community.
According to the MP, parts of the community have faulty streetlights, plunging the town into darkness and aiding heinous crimes.
Benjamin Ayiku, who was addressing the media during the presentation to the various electoral areas in the constituency underscored the need for the community to be illuminated.
“Today, the visibility in Teshie at the night is very low. There has been a lot of bags and phone snatching and others. So I am presenting a number of street lights, to be fixed in all the areas in the community.”
The MP also asked constituents to put aside any grudges and work in unison towards the development of the area.
“The election is over, it is time for us to forge unity and think about development in our community. I urge everybody to bury their differences, let there be unity. Let’s help the Assembly and all the agencies to help develop Teshie”, he admonished.