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Give me the nod to empower Asante Akyem North for progress- Kwadwo Baah Agyeman to delegates

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Mr. Kwadwo Baah Agyemang, Parliamentary aspirant for Asante Akyem North constituency on the ticket of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) on January 27, 2024 pleaded with the delegates to vote for him to empower the constituency to enhance total development.

According to him, as the NPP stands at the threshold of the 2024 elections, it is imperative that the constituency deliberates and selects a candidate who would not only understand the intricacies of parliamentary responsibilities but also possesses the humility and tenacity required to secure tangible benefits for the constituents of Asante Akyem North.

Speaking with the Chronicle Newspaper on Monday January15th, 2024, the one’s Member of Parliament (MP) for the constituency who stage a comeback explained that, the primary function of a Member of Parliament is not confined to legislative duties alone but encompasses effective advocacy and lobbying for projects and benefits that directly impact the lives of the people they serve.
He is of the view that, (he)
Kwadwo Baah Agyeman emerges as an exemplary choice, embodying the humility necessary for effective representation.
He reiterated that, his track record of securing gainful employment opportunities for the youth within the constituency speaks volumes about his commitment to the communities prosperity.
He mentioned some of his Noteworthy success stories such as Eng. Kwabena Osei’s employment at the Ghana Gas Company underscores Kwadwo Baah Agyeman’s dedication to creating meaningful opportunities for the youth. He disclosed that, his efforts recently have enabled individuals like Mr Godwin Kwao, Mr Bernard Amanin, and many others to access both local and international scholarships, contributing to the educational advancement of the community.
He noted that, the incumbent MP’s popularity has experienced a notable decline, evident in the 2020 general elections, as a significant 6.5% while John Mahama had 29.60 % of the votes in Asante Akim North, the Parliament candidate of the NDC had 36.09% of the votes of NPP votes shifted to the NDC parliamentary candidate, signaling a clear need for change.
He revealed that, The Ken must-go protest, which adversely affected the reputation of the NPP, was led by the incumbent, Andy Appiah Kubi.
In an investigation by the Special Prosecutor,Ghana, he decided to be silent. The SP disappointed by his conduct included in his report Appiah-Kubi’s refusal to cooperate with the investigation and his refusal to disclose the identity of the suspect are most regrettable.
He stressed that, it is quite perplexing for a Member of Parliament to level accusations of attempted bribery on a person whether certain or uncertain in a most spectacular and public manner on a network of a major media house and then stage a bizarre volte-face by refusing to cooperate with the investigation and refusing to disclose and/or confirm the identity of the suspect.
He said the strained relations between incumbent MPs and the Municipal Assembly have hindered the progress of numerous development projects within their communities. and as they advocate for change, it is essential to recognize the urgency of a fresh perspective that can navigate these complexities and breathe new life into the constituency.
Mr Baah Agyeman earnestly implore the esteemed NPP delegates in Asante Akyem North, to cast their vote in favour of Kwadwo Baah Agyeman as their parliament candidate.
He passionate pleaded with the party especially delegates to be unite in ushering in a new era of development, empowering the youth, and restoring the esteemed image of the NPP by choosing progress together and pave the way for a brighter future for Asante Akyem North.

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