The Member of Parliament for the Ketu South constituency has called out the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) and did not mince words in describing them as a cash strapped institution. The legislator has been on NADMO’s neck for their inability to adequately respond to the plight of her constituents and other adjoining communities around the Keta lagoon that were affected by the tidal waves.
She lamented how over 4000 residents of Salakope-Amutinu, Adina, Agavedzi and Fuveme, unfortunately, did not have a place to lay their heads despite many assurances from government officials that temporal structures will be erected for victims who unfortunately lost everything to the sea.
According to the MP, she expects the government to fulfil its promise despite the delays. She described the year 2021 as a very tough one for her constituents especially for those along the coast.
Madam Dzifa pointed out that, destructions from the sea which affected Salakope-Amutinu, Adina and Agavedzi brought residents to their knees and has since left them with bad memories.
While criticizing the state for not responding adequately to the disaster, the MP expressed gratitude to corporate Ghana and the many individuals who supported the victims with relief items since the last incident in November.