Kojo Oppong Nkrumah is a Ghanaian politician and lawyer. The member of parliament for the Ofoase-Ayirebi constituency, earlier today visited the engineers working on the new Kasoa Bulk Station.
He was really amazed and pleased with how work was progressing. He made known the six female electrical, civil, health and safety engineers working on the new Kasoa Bulk station, whose names were Abigail Opoku, Benedicta Awuku, Angelina Kwakye, Abigail Tweneboah, Bridget Lokoe and Deborah Sakyi.
He added the caption “you rock!!!!”
This showed how pleased he was at their work.
On 31st January 2020, the construction of a modern bulk supply point (BSP) whose purpose was to ensure improved and reliable power supply to residents and businesses in Kasoa in the Awutu-Senya East Municipality of the Central Region began.
In a statement issued by the Communications and Outreach Unit of Millennium Development Authority (MiDA) Mr Eson-Benjamin said the Power Compact programme was funding two BSPs in Kasoa and Pokuase, primary substations, low bifurcation projects, energy efficiency interventions in public institutions and capacity building support to regulators of the power sector, among others.
A statement issued by Kojo Oppong Nkrumah read:
“This morning, I was inspired when I met 6 female electrical, civil, health and safety engineers working on the new Kasoa Bulk station.
Abigail Opoku, Benedicta Awuku, Angelina Kwakye, Abigail Tweneboah, Bridget Lokoe and Deborah Sakyi, you rock!!!!
They are a few of the many young hard working Ghanaians contributing to the improvement works on Ghana’s electricity distribution system.
Together with other engineers and under the leadership of Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh, Minister responsible for Energy, work progresses. Yes, it is temporarily inconvenient but when it’s done, we should be the better for it.
Good job Napo and team.”
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