Story: Albert Leonard Yirenkyi

Mr. James Amoah
Mr. James Amoah

The  New Patriotic  Party  (NPP) Parliamentary  Candidate  for Madina  Constituency, Mr. James Amoah  has  promised  to create  job opportunities  for   the  youth  in his constituency  when  given  the nod  as  the MP  come  December 2012.

Mr. James  Amoah  in an interview  with The Moment  pointed  out that  the youth need a good job  to take good care of  their parent  and when he is elected  as MP he  will put  more  jobs in the constituency  to enable  the youth  to have  good future.

According to him when the NDC government came to power they succeeded in sacking all the NPP youth in many work places, rendering majority of the youth jobless.

He pointed out that the situation is very worrying, saying that the people of Ghana are one and this is the time for Madina to get total development of its human capacity.

Mr. Amoah stressed that the community  members  needed to  derive maximum benefit from the development of its human resources, believing that, a community  that develops  its  human resources  would  have developed  the needed  capacity  of its members  to confront  other problems  with  determination  and hope.

Mr. Amoah stood as NPP Parliamentary Candidate in 2004 but the NDC candidate won just with just a slim margin. According to him, he   has decided to contest again because since the NDC took over the seat for the past 8 years, nothing has been done in the constituency.

He bemoaned the high spate of Unemployment in the constituency, adding that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has disappointed   Ghanaians and must be voted out of power.

The NPP scribe said, the time has come for the people of Ghana to bring the NPP back to power because   NPP is a party that thinks about the people.

He urged all the people in the Madina Constituency to vote massively for him come December.

“When you have eaten something for 8 years and nothing beneficial has come out from it, you have to change that for a better one,” he said hoping that come this year’s election after December 7, Madina will see him in parliament for a better future for the youth.

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