A first vice chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Japan branch, Mr. Michael Awuah, has appealed to delegates to consider voting massively for Professor Tina Abrefa-Gyan in the upcoming NPP parliamentary primaries.
According to him, besides women constituting more than 51 per cent of Ghana’s population and she could mobilise more voters especially the floating ones for the party to win in the pending general election, the learned Professor has a proven record of improving the lives of people from all walks of life irrespective of your political affiliation.
Mr. Awuah stated that the numerous social intervention programmes including building cashew processing plant and stone querying to improve the economic fortunes of her constituents had impacted positively on the livelihoods of the vulnerable.
In the area of education, Mr Awuah noted that the parliamentary aspirant has established an education-ICT laboratory, offered scholarships, implemented after-School programs and has offered supports to vocational training centres in her constituency.
Furthermore, she has facilitated the enrolment of some students in tertiary educational institutions in Ghana and is in the process of helping some delegates to secure admission and scholarships in American universities for PhD and Masters’ education.
Mr. Awuah, stated that there is no other candidate that have improved the lives of the constituency than Professor Tina Abrefa-Gyan.
Other things that make her stand tall among her competitors the assistance she offering to improve our healthcare industry and sanitation, sporting facilities.
She is also developing the Nchiraa waterfalls and a museum for the great Dr Abrefa Busia.
As part of her social responsibility towards the constituency she has plans to create a library facility within the traditional Council and help create the Queen mother’s association for developmental purposes.
And together with her team, they have already built a radio station, the Nana Drobo ICT centre, rural electrification for Asuofri in the Buoku electoral area.
Mr Awuah reiterated the need for the delegates to give the mandate to Professor Tina to pave the way for her and the NPP government to initiate better social programmes to help bridge the poverty gap.
Story by Nana Boateng kakape