Politics of Monday, 16 July 2012
Source: George Osei(firstname.lastname@example.org)
By George Osei
Aspiring Member of Parliament (MP) for the Abuakwa North constituency in the Eastern region, Joseph B. Danquah Adu has stepped up his efforts towards ensuring that the needs of his people are met at all times even when he is outside the Legislative Chamber.
The former MP for the area is seeking to represent the people again in Parliement House on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) having done so for one term from 2005 to 2009 and is eager to continue from where he left off.
Even before his anticipated victory in the upcoming general elections in December, Hon. Danquah has been providing for the constituency some help all geared towards assuring them that they would not be left behind in the quest to make Abuakwa North a development hop in Ghana.
Through his good efforts, communities like Sokode Juaso, Nobi, Tontro, Anyinasin, Osiem and Kukurantumi, have all being assisted in the funding of their electrification projects as well as the distribution of farming equipments to farmers in the area to aid their yield.
The aspiring MP has also made funeral donations to all of these communities and others including Anweabeng, Abremponsu, Obodanase and Aboabo and is also helping fund the water and sanitation needs in the constituency. Hon. Danquah Adu whose main challenger for the seat is the candidate of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) party’s Victor Smith, has also helped in the construction of three unit classroom blocks for Nobi, Tontro, Ettokrom, Osiem, Old Tafo and Obodanase.
He hopes to secure a convincing victory at the December polls over his main challenger who is also the Eastern regional Minister and has aided in providing teachers bungalow for some of the communities, sewing machines, polytanks and the construction of bridges at Biremso – Fissher.
Hon. Danquah Adu the phylantropist has also supported the religious community in the constituency with donations and materials to the Presbytarian, Methodist, AME Zion, Assemblies of God and the Grace Ministry churches among others and also to all mosques in the constituency.
This development oriented personality is hoping to once again seek the mandate of the people at the December polls in the Abuakwa North constituency to represent them in the legislative chamber and continue with his vision of turning the area into a must visit region in Ghana.