He said as a border town, where inter-regional trade transactions flourish, Elubo needed to be given a general face-lift to help accelerate the pace of development in the constituency.
Mr Essien, who is an Assembly member for Tikobo No.1, said this to an impressive crowd of NPP party sympathizers during a fundraising ceremony at Elubo to solicit for funds and initiate their campaign for the December polls.
The NPP Parliamentary candidate said there is the need for party members to donate generously and go all out to campaign vigorously to ensure victory come December 7.
Mr Essien promised to assist the youth in the area to get more jobs and create an enabling environment for business to thrive.
He urged all those who yearn for a change, to campaign and vote for him and the party’s flagbearer, Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo Addo.
Mr Francis Siah, the Western Regional Chairman of the NPP, said Jomoro was lagging behind in terms of development hence, the need to vote massively for the NPP.
He asked polling station agents to be extra-vigilant during voting and counting of ballot papers saying elections are won at the polling station.
Mr Siah said Mr Essien as an assembly member, has ensured that a lot was done for the area- Tikobo No.1, through the building of stores, giving scholarship packages to school children, amongst others and deserves to represent the interest and aspirations constituency in Parliament.
Source: GNA/News Ghana