“Unity can only come when there is better co-ordination and mutual understanding in the society; when there is no friction of thoughts and clash of ideologies. We should therefore follow the ideals established by the scholars and engage ourselves in virtuous deeds.”- Atharva Veda.
The hardworking member of parliament for Asunafo North Constituency and minister of Ahafo Region, Hon. Evans Opoku-Bobie has expressed his deepest appreciation to all the respective aspirants who dedicated themselves to contest in the first time NPP Ahafo Regional Elections which was organised by the New Patriotic Party.
Interacting with the media during the conference at Catholic Pastoral Center, a conurbation of Ahafo Regional Capital- Goaso. He emphasized on a spike that, all the candidates who won has won for the entire NPP in the Ahafo Region not for themselves.
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He urged all the aspirants who couldn’t emerge as winners to support their cohorts who emerged as victors in the contest because we are one family.
Ghanaians can testify to the fact that, H. E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and the ruling NPP government is on track in delivering prosperity to the people of Ghana.
Therefore, the people of Ahafo Region particularly the newly elected regional executives and those who couldn’t make it in the regional slot have to come together as one family so that we can extrapolate the NPP government to a resplendent solstice.
Hon. Evans Opoku- Bobie stated categorically that, he is highly committed in ensuring peace, unity and total development in this new region as the first ever minister in the new region. The major target is to create more enabling environment for the people of Ahafo and also to retain power in 2020 and beyond. Let’s keep on trumpeting the government policies.
May the Almighty God bless the various proponents of NPP in the region, the national Organizer Sammi Awuku, the regional elections committee, media, security services, every tom, dick and harry who contributed one way or the other to the success of the conference.
By: Francis Agyapong Nimpong