The MP, who is also a Deputy Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, said the gesture was in fulfillment of promises he made to the recipients.
Among the beneficiaries were the Hands of God Church, the 12 Apostles Church, and Redemption Church at Akwatia, Topreman clinic, mosques at both Akwatia and Boadua and Asubone Presbyterian Church among others.
Mr Jamal said he provided the cement with money from his own pocket and not from the MP™s Common Fund which he is yet to receive.
He was hopeful that soon the construction of the Anglican and Methodist Junior High Schools at Akwatia would begin.
Reverend Father Sackey Addo, Chairman of the Akwatia Local Council of Churches, on behalf of the recipients thanked the MP for the donation.
He asked priests and Imams to continue to pray for the sustenance of peace and harmony to accelerate progress and development of the country.