Tano South youth rally behind Seth Adu-Mensah

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Tano South youth root for Seth Adu-Mensah
Tano South youth root for Seth Adu-Mensah

The youth of Tano South constituency in the Ahafo Region have thrown their support behind Seth Adu Mensah, an independent parliamentary candidate in the constituency.

The declaration of unwavering support was made evident as the candidate engaged with the electorate across 18 communities and towns in the constituency.

These included Techimantia, Bechem, Dwomo, Derma, Mansin, Breme, Akobro, Tweapease, Subriso, Kwasu, Brosankro, Nyinsua, Biokrom, Onwen Nkwanta, Kpatigo, Yawkyewkyew, Mpunupunase, and Ohianigoase, all within the Tano South constituency.

Cheers

During his community tours, the youth, in particular, exhibited enthusiasm, cheering on Mr. Adu Mensah, reflecting on his charismatic leadership in guiding the youth of Tano South towards realising their ambitions.

In Techimantia, a youth leader expressed gratitude, highlighting Adu Mensah’s benevolence as an empathetic leader. The youth leader recounted how Seth provided support for education when his academic aspirations faced obstacles.

Similarly, in Nkwanta, a youth engaged in peasant farming emphasised Adu-Mensah’s transformative influence, acknowledging how his intervention propelled him to greater heights in his agricultural activities.

The sentiments were echoed in Breme, Akobro, Tweapease, and Subriso, where even some constituency executives from both the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and National Democratic Congress (NDC) affirmed their commitment to rally behind Adu-Mensah.

They expressed confidence in his ability to bring prosperity to the constituency.

Appreciation

For his part, the independent parliamentary candidate thanked the youth for their support. He also advised them to focus on what they want to achieve in life before they turn 30.

He said having a focus allows them to plan their lives well in advance in order to avoid regrets later. He promised to develop the talents of those who are talented and technologically inclined so that they could contribute their quota to the socio-economic development of the country.

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