The National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Awutu-Senya East Constituency over the weekend organized a clean-up exercise to commemorate the June 4 anniversary.
As part of the exercise to commemorate the day, the NDC donated essential items to the Mother and Child Hospital and paid for the hospital bills of some patients detained as a result of non-payment of medical bills.
The constituency led by its Chairman, Mr Stephen Ofosu Agyare, settled the bills ranging from GHS45.00 to GHS1,000.00.
The exercise brought together party members to clean up the surrounding areas in the CP Electoral Area and the Mother and Child Hospital.
Some members of the Party donated blood to augment the stock in the hospital to provide for patients in need of blood.
Speaking to the media, Mr Ofosu Agyare said the Party was preparing towards winning the 2024 general elections.
He said the current hardship in the country was unprecedented, adding that such hardship necessitated the June 4th revolution with its values premised on accountability, probity and transparency.
“I believe that a comeback of John Mahama’s government will correct all the deadly blunders this government is committing and as such I urge Ghanaians to keep hope alive since there is an opportunity for them to vote out the NPP government in 2024.”
He said the constituency had not benefitted from the government’s major development policies, including the One district one Dam and $1million per constituency, among others.
He appealed to constituents and the country, in general, to vote massively for the NDC come 2024.