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Former MP for Prestea Huni-Valley re-affirms commitment to development


  18 Février      9        Politique (15562),

   

By Bertina Doie, Lawrencia Annan, GNA
Prestea, (WN/R) Feb. 18, GNA-Mrs. Barbara Oteng-Gyasi, the immediate past Member of Parliament (MP) for Prestea Huni-Vally constituency has re-affirmed her commitment to pursue a development agenda that will improve on the living conditions of the people.
Mrs Oteng-Gyasi was elected MP for Prestea Huni-Vally in the 2016 elections, but failed in her second attempt to represent the people in the 2020 elections.
Though not an MP, Mrs Oteng-Gyasi has in a statement copied to the GNA re-affirmed her commitment to complete all projects initiated during her tenure as MP.
According to the statement, the many projects initiated, some of which had been completed, demonstrated the Former MP’s unflinching commitment to the welfare of the people and the speedy development of the area.
The statement however noted with dismay what it described as a “vile propaganda” by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) through its affiliated media to sabotage the work of the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE).
It said Mrs Oteng-Gyasi and the NPP would not allow such gimmicks by their political opponents to distract them, but would continue to focus on their duty to serve the people of the constituency saying, the development of the Municipality was their major concern.
The statement assured supporters and sympathizers of the NPP that all efforts would be made to reclaim the seat in the next election.
It further admonished the current MP, Mr Robert Wisdom Cudjoe to use his lobbying skills to bring the needed development to his constituents.

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