Member of Parliament (MP) for Ablekuma South constituency, Alfred Okoe Vanderpuiye

Member of Parliament (MP) for Ablekuma South constituency, Alfred Okoe Vanderpuiye, in seeking for second-term has pledged his commitment to advocate for development and jobs for the youth of constituency.

The MP admitted that, as representative or leader of the constituency, you must be firm, strong and an advocator that would bring development and jobs to the entire constituency.

He made this claim during an engagement with this reporter to explained his decision and reasons to contest again as MP.

The aspirant MP who filed his nomination forms last week enumerated a number of projects undertaken during his tenure in office such as free vacation classes for students, skills development training programmes, road repairs, mounting of street lights among others in some areas in the constituency.

“as an MP, I have undertaken several skills development projects in my constituency even in opposition and I promise, if given the nod again, Ablekuma South will be drastically transformed, “ he added.

He said, he would continue to be the lead advocator and solicitor to bring development that would minimize the unemployment situations among the youth in the constituency.

Alfred Okoe Vanderpuiye admitted, he will not stop investing in the people in his constituency through training and skills development to improve lives because through his leadership style, while even in opposition, about 60 young girls and boys have graduated from the skills development training programme that is ongoing in the constituency.

“ Investment in the people is the way to development and I will do just that when I get the second-term as MP of Ablekuma South,” he noted.

He called on delegates in the constituency rally behind him throughout the campaign period and to vote massively for him in the upcoming primaries.

The MP and aspirant for Ablekuma South is being contested by two other aspirants, who claimed, they are capable of performing better than the sitting MP, Okoe Vanderpuiye, but presently, the MP stands tall in terms of popularity than any other contestant.

He promised to remain loyal, faithful and trustworthy candidate to the party and members of his constituency throughout and called on fellow aspirants to desist from verbal insults and abuse and act maturely and professionally to ensure peace and unity.

Source: Eric Nii Sackey

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