Okyere Baafi Is The Worst MP In New Juaben South – Independent Candidate



Aspiring Independent Parliamentary Candidate for New Juaben South Constituency in the Eastern region, Hon Evans Appiah has stated that the Member of Parliament (MP) for New Juaben South, Hon Michael Okyere Baafi is the worst lawmaker in the constituency.

According to him, Hon Okyere Baafi could not lobby for just one industry in New Juaben South constituency as a Deputy Minister for Trade and Industry.

Hon Evans Appiah disclosed that Hon. Okyere Baafi is afraid to petition the government about the problems of his constituents because he is affiliated to the NPP government.

But the Aspiring Independent Parliamentary Candidate for New Juaben South insists he is committed to lobbying for the projects to alleviate poverty in the area and serve the best interest of his constituents.

Speaking in an interview with Nhyiraba Nartey Solomon of Bryt FM, Hon Evans Appiah averred that he is contesting the parliamentary race to fight for development for the good people of New Juaben south.

Hon Evans Appiah affirmed that he can’t solve the problems of the constituent’s if he joins a political party adding that the constituency have many challenges which can be addressed by an independent parliamentary candidate.

“We have poor roads, poor light problems, poor water provision, lack of security and many problems in the constituency,’’ said Hon Evans Appiah.

He assured that he will force the government to provide all the needed- socio-economic infrastructure to better the living standard of the constituents if electorates elect him as an MP in the upcoming 2024 general elections.

‘‘I stand for development, growth and improvement and am coming to take New Juaben South to the higher level of progress,’’ Hon Evans Appiah revealed.

Meanwhile, Hon Okyere Baafi stated that the government is on track to complete the asphalting of 35 kilometres of roads in Koforidua within the shortest possible time.

He assured that all deplorable ancillary roads in the municipality will also be rehabilitated.

“We are working on the asphalt overlay, and we are trying to fix 35 kilometres of asphalt roads in Koforidua, which is on track. We will do everything we can to finish within the shortest possible time. And that is not the only road we are tackling; we are also looking at ancillary roads in town that will benefit the people,’’ said Hon Okyere Baafi.

Source: Mybrytfmonline

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