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16.11.2004 Politics

Independent candidate calls for tolerance during campaign

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Nkawkaw, Nov. 16, GNA - Mr Seth Agyei Baah, an Independent Parliamentary Candidate, contesting for the Nkawkaw Seat, has called on the electorate to tolerate their political opponents and avoid using provocative language during their electioneering campaigns. The Independent Candidate, who was addressing his supporters after a house-to-house campaign at the Nkawkaw Zongo and Domeabra on Monday, said he would work hard to improve education and health if elected as Member of Parliament (MP).

Mr Baah said he would contact local and international non-governmental organizations to establish cottage industries to process surplus agricultural produce to create jobs for the youth. He also said he would initiate measures towards the establishment of mobile clinics to enhance health care delivery in the Constituency. Mr Baah urged the electorate to vote for him for real "positive change" in their living conditions.

Mr Sulemana Mumuni, an Opinion Leader of the Zongo Community, urged the electorate to vote for Mr Baah.

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