Youth advised to resist violence on election day

The People’s National Convention (PNC) parliamentary candidate for the New Juaben South Constituency of the Eastern Region, Nana Opambour Bonsu has advised the youth to think about their future before attempting to engage in political violence.

Nana Bonsu, who predicted a landslide victory for his party in the December 7 polls, also advised the youth to reflect on their lives for the past years since the governance of both the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) whether there had been improvement on their lives and vote massively for the PNC.

“If I’m elected I will develop the constituency to a level that both the NPP and the NDC failed to do so that the youth will be able to develop their talents,” he stressed.

Nana Bonsu made the prediction when he called at the Koforidua office at the weekend to share his vision for the New Juaben South Constituency.

“In fact, if we are to vote today, I will not get not less than 70 per cent because the people have seen what I can offer them,” he stated.

Nana Bonsu,  a businessman, a farmer and an entrepreneur who deals mainly in packaging of tilapia, crabs and shrimps for both local consumption and export said he would ensure that the people in the constituency patronise made-in-Ghana products.

He said his chances of taking the seat from the NPP which has dominated the area since the inception of the Fourth Republic is very bright.

According to Nana Bonsu, he has created many opportunities for the youth as far as job creation is concerned and indicated that he has trained some of the youth in  food processing, and donated rabbits, grasscutters and goats freely to the youth to rear.

Nana Bonsu promised to be a people-centered and a listening Member of Parliament who would always ensure that the needs of the constituents were presented to parliament for quick redress.

 

From Samuel Opare Lartey, Koforidua.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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