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Kwahuhene urges Parliamentary Candidates to prioritise Kwahu’s development


  9 Septembre      6        Société (23047),

   

By Jesse Owusu Ampah, GNA

Kwahu (E/R), September 9, GNA – Daasebre Akumoah Agyapong II, Paramount Chief of Kwahu Traditional Area, has called on the Parliamentary Candidates in Kwahu to prioritise the development of the area when elected.

The Kwahuhene said the aspirants should prioritise the goodwill of the people they seek to serve and not themselves when elected.

The Paramount Chief made these remarks when the Parliamentary Candidates of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Kwahu bloc paid him a courtesy call to introduce themselves.

The candidates who were led by Mr Jeffery Konadu Addo, NPP Eastern Regional Secretary, included Mr Bryan Acheampong, Member of Parliament for Abetifi Constituency; Mr Davis Opoku Ansah, Parliamentary Candidate of the NPP for Mpraeso Constituency and Mr Joseph Frimpong, NPP Parliamentary Candidate of Nkawkaw Constituency.

The Omanhene of Kwahu admonished the candidates to always ensure that there was unity among them for them to collectively pursue the development policies that would positively impact on the lives of their constituents.

He said: « You’re going to represent us in Parliament and I expect nothing but unflinching loyalty to the issues that affect our people. I need roads, drinking water, and jobs for my people. »

The delegation also included District Chief Executives, party constituency executives from the three constituencies in the area.

The group, earlier before the visit at Esono Gyimah Ampong Agyei Palace of the Kwahuhene, paid courtesy calls on chiefs in the paramountcy to introduce themselves to them.

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