Member of Parliament (MP) for South Tongu, Hon. Kobena Mensah Woyome has disclosed that the Agave traditional council is exchanging a memorandum of understanding with the Naval Training Command for a quota to be granted on behalf of the people of South Tongu in the Volta Region of Ghana.
He said the agreement is the result of a long discussion between the two parties.
The MP shared this information with constituents during a Q and A session at the South Tongu Constituency debate on Saturday, 28th November 2020.
When asked about the benefit of the Naval base at Agorta in the South Tongu District of the Volta Region, he said “the Agave traditional council, just a month or two, is exchanging a memorandum of understanding with the Naval Training Command for [a] quota to be granted. It’s a discussion… it’s a process… and that’s for your information.”
Hon. Kobena Woyome retained the parliamentary seat for a fourth consecutive term on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the December 7 polls.
He polled 38,600 votes out of a total of 49,269 votes cast, beating Mr. Joseph Wisdom Ahadjie on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and Rev. Mac William Donald Hoggar on the ticket of the Ghana Union Movement (GUM).