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I don’t make political promises – Asuogyaman NPP candidate

The 2020 parliamentary candidate of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) for the Asuogyaman Constituency, Mr Paul Asare Ansah, has stated that he does not make political promises but actually delivers on his plans to his constituents.

Speaking in an interview Mr Ansah who is also a former Director-General of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) said he has already started implementing his plans for his constituency even before he is voted into parliament.

Some of the programmes already being rolled out include a scholarship scheme for brilliant junior high school students, organising free extra classes and mock examination for junior high students in the Asuogyaman district and organising debate and quiz competitions.

Other programmes include providing textbooks and helping the poor, needy and disabled as well as organising a football league to unearth talents and helping them develop into professionals.

Mr Ansah added that as a result of his direct interventions in the education sector within the Asuogyaman district, academic standards have improved, with the district moving from 17th to 10th position in the Eastern Region.

He said the pass rate for BECE has also jumped from 67 per cent to 73 per cent as far as the 2018 results were concerned.

In response to a question about how the Asuogyaman District has been handling the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus, Mr Ansah noted that as soon as the virus broke out in Ghana, he embarked on a sensitisation programme within the constituency which ensured that citizens were abreast with safety precautions.

This situation, he explained, helped people residing in the district to raise red flags when they suspected that someone might have contracted the virus. He further added that the COVID-19 situation in Asuogyaman has been effectively contained without any community spread.

Mr Ansah also said he was determined to bring parliament close to his constituents through regular town hall meetings with the chiefs and people of the Asuogyaman constituency for purposes of explaining the government’s programmes and policies to them, which will also serve as a platform for rendering account of his stewardship to the constituents.



Mr Ansah said the construction port project at Mpakadan in the constituency, which is part of the railway project, would be the game-changer for the people, since it would create a lot of jobs for the youth who are mostly unemployed.

He also mentioned that the Akosombo -Jekiti, Anum Boso – Gemeni and Apeguso- Mpakadan road projects which are currently under construction, as well as the promise by President Nana Akufo-Addo to build a district hospital in Asuogyaman, are on course.

He appealed to the electorate in the Asuogyaman constituency to vote for him as a result of his track record and the evidence of the good work he has already started.

– classfmonline.com

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