Mfantseman East MP donates pick-up to Constituency
Ekumfi Essuehyia (C/R), Dec 28, GNA – The Member of Parliament for Mfantseman East, Mr George Kuntu Blankson, has donated a Mahindra pick-up costing 38,800 dollars to his constituency to facilitate work in the constituency.
Before donation of the vehicle Mr Kuntu Blankson, the Deputy Majority Whip in Parliament, had donated eight motor bikes each worth GHâ‚µ 1,800 to the constituency for work in the eight wards in the constituency.
Presenting the keys of the vehicle to the constituency Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Kwame Nkrumah at the constituency's office at Essuehyia, Mr Blankson said though he had done a good work to justify his return to Parliament in 2012 elections, he would not be complacent.
“I am donating the pick-up and the motor bikes to make the movement of the constituency and ward executives very easy,” he said and urged them to ensure that they got to every hamlet in the constituency to explain the “Better Ghana Agenda” to the people and also to campaign for votes.
Mr Nkrumah commended Mr Blankson for the donation and assured him that they would work hard to ensure that NDC retained the sear in 2012 elections.
Mr Nkrumah appealed to the Mr Frank Etrue Hayford, Mr Ibrahim Dawson Michigan, Mr Robert Quartey and Mr Abeiku Crentsil, the four aspiring candidates to challenge Mr Kuntu Blankson for the seat in the upcoming primaries to conduct a clean campaign devoid of insults and mudslinging.
After all, he said, “we are all from the same family and we need not to damage ourselves because of position we are aspiring for” and added that they must all be prepared to rally behind the candidate who would win the primary.