Madam Elizabeth Afoley Quaye, the minister for fisheries and Acquah Culture also the MP for krowor constituency, and the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) parliamentary candidate for the area, yesterday launched her campaign team with the mission of developing the human resource base of the constituency.
The occasion characterised by glamour and entertaining scenes was attended by party faithful, ministers of state, MCE’s and well wishers of the candidate.
Madam Afoley Quaye noted that the constituency over the years had not received any development under the leadership of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) until she became MP and now is the time in order to benefit from the development agenda of the NPP.
Shee stressed: “The time has come for the constituency to vote for the NPP, to continue with its good works and has the development of every individual of the country at heart.”
Madam Elizabeth Afoley Quaye assured supporters that she would not let them down when voted as the Member of Parliament for the constituency again, saying “I would do my best to ensure that our people live comfortably, devoid of any hardship during my tenure”.
Mr Ebo Mensah the Greater Accra regional Communication Director for the NPP said the NDC had taken over the seat for some time but cannot boast of any single developmental project in the constituency, indicating that the NPP this year must stand firm in order to improve the living conditions of the people.
He said the opposition has no issues to campaign on and capitalising on the Agyapa Royalties scandal.
Mr Mensah urged the candidate to campaign and focus on issues, especially the good developmental works of the President.
He asked members of the party to be united and love one another to emerge as one united front with the goal to fight for the seat and bring development to the door steps of the people.
Mr Henry Quartey minister in charge of national security called on members and leaders of the NPP not to result to insults as their campaign strategy, but to be truthful to their people, and vote wisely in the upcoming elections.