Mr Kuntu Blankson, the Deputy Majority Chief Whip, made the pledge at a fund raising service in aid of the project at Narkwa on Sunday.
The fundraising coincided with dedication of a pulpit donated to the Methodist Church by the children of Nana Essel Opradzi, a sub chief of the Narkwa who died in 1985.
Mr Kuntu Blankson advised the people to give priority to the education of their children.
He said Edumfi Traditional Area was a poverty stricken area and that it was only education which could take them out of the poverty circle.
The MP enumerated a number of development projects being executed in the area and appealed to the people to rally behind the government and also to pray for the government to remain focused.