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Hohoe Constituency: Amewu Promises More Development for His People

The NPP candidate and Railway Development Minister seeks a second term in Parliament

by Victor Adetimilehin

Hohoe Constituency, Ghana – John-Peter Amewu, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) candidate and Railway Development Minister, has reiterated his commitment to developing the Hohoe Constituency.

He said although not all areas in the area had seen major developmental projects yet, it did not mean they had been neglected and assured all constituents to be patient.

“Be with me, my brothers and sisters. Not all will see development at a go. Some will see it in the morning, others in the afternoon, and some in the evening,” he said during his acclamation as the parliamentary candidate.

A 20-year plan

Mr Amewu said the success of his political journey was a result of his 20-year plan that he had nurtured and commended all who believed in him.

Furthermore, he urged the electorates to vote massively for Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, the NPP presidential candidate, in this year’s election adding that he (Peter Amewu) was already in Parliament for a second term.

People have praised Dr. Bawumia, the current Vice President of Ghana, for his economic management and digital transformation agenda.

He pledged to continue the NPP government’s flagship policies, including the Free Senior High School (SHS) policy, which has produced tremendous results and deserves commendation.”

A record of achievements

Mr Makafui Woanya, the Volta Regional Chairman of the Party, said the economy was progressing gradually and assured that everything would be in the favor of the NPP.

Moreover, he said the Free SHS policy had benefited many students in the Hohoe Constituency and across the country.

He also referenced the Hohoe Sports Stadium as a good AstroTurf sports facility that was constructed by the NPP government.

Mr Anthony Kondobrey, the Hohoe Constituency Chairman of the NPP, said the work of an MP required an experienced personality and not someone who was coming to experiment. Also, he asked the electorate to vote for Mr Amewu for a second term tenure.

Mr Daniel Noble Awume, the Hohoe Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), said the development of the Constituency was enough evidence to the electorate to avoid mistakes that would regress it.

He said as the MCE, he had commissioned more than 15 projects last year while preparing for more in 2024.

Mr Enoch Danso Agyekum, the Hohoe Municipal Electoral Officer, performed the acclamation and the Volta Regional Chairman led Mr Amewu to take the oath of office.

The event drew traditional rulers, national and regional executives and stalwarts of the Party, electorates and party sympathizers. Mr Amewu expressed his gratitude to the people of Hohoe Constituency for their support and trust.

He said he was confident that the NPP would win the 2024 elections and continue to deliver more development for the area and the nation.

Finally, he said he was hopeful that the Hohoe Constituency would become a model of progress and prosperity in Ghana.

Source: Modern Ghana 

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