Remember us… Chief tells Nduom
5/30/2012 5:46:48 PM -
The chief and people of Manso Amenfi in the Wassa Aemfi West District of the Western Region have appealed to the flag-bearer of the Progressive People's Party (PPP) to make good his promises of providing jobs for the unemployed youth in the community and developing the town on assumption of office.
Alluding to the Biblical story of Joseph, the chiefs and people pledged to vote for the PPP because of the party's good polices on education, job creation and healthcare that he presented to them but reminded him to 'remember us in paradise.'
According to Nana Hyia Agyemang III, his concern stems from the fact the community has been a victim of numerous unfulfilled promises from politicians who throng the community in election years to canvass for the votes of the inhabitants but do not return to the community on assumption of office.
'We would vote for you because of your policies which we know are practicable but we are appealing to you to remember this community when you get there,' the chief said.
The chief made the call when the flag-bearer of the PPP and his campaign team visited him at his palace yesterday.
Dr Nduom, who had been touring the Western part of the country, has had his message appreciated by all and sundry in the region, following his education on the policies and programmes of the Progressive People's Party.
The occasion was also used to inaugurate offices of the party as well as introducing parliamentary candidates for the various constituencies.
After paying a courtesy call on the Chief of Wassa Akropong, Kasapreko Kwame Bananyin III, Dr Nduom in a radio interview on a local radio station, Kasapreko fm, educated the community on the key areas of the party's social contract which included job creation, healthcare and education.