Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa paid over 600 private school teachers due to Covid-19 induced school closure.
He also gave out cash grants to some 200 distressed staff of Musahamat Farms Ltd who were off due to the pandemic.
The Former Deputy Minister of Education said the gesture formed part of accounting to his constituents.
He also supported rice farmers in his constituency by donating combined harvest, power tillers & planters to them to assist carry out their business.
These items are valued at ¢300,000.
He also donated a salon vehicle to the longest serving and most dedicated mid wife at the Battor Catholic Hospital.
He also supported unpaid Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) workers in his constituency to enable them celebrate the Christmas occasion.
He gave them cash, bags of rice, cooking oil and canned fish.
“As is the essence of Christmas, I reached out to all 97 NABCO staff in my beloved constituency who have not been paid since September.
“They all received modest provisions including bags of rice, oil and canned fish. In addition, each one of them had a direct cash transfer,” he said in a tweet on Saturday December 25.