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‘Thank you Mr President’ health walk hits Nungua


THE MEMBER of Parliament (MP) for the Krowor Constituency, Mrs Elizabeth Afoley Quaye, led the company of over one thousand constituents to stage a massive health walk dubbed ‘Thank You My President Health Walk.’

The aim of the exercise, aside thanking the President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his team for the massive development projects they has brought to the people of Nungua, was to engage the people and let them know the effort of the current MP and the government.

Under the current New Patriotic Party government, the constituency has been given a municipality, Krowor Municipal Assembly, and a lorry terminal, and a general hospital, as well as the National Builders Corp and the Free Senior High School policy.

Mrs Afoley Quaye, the MP for Krowor, who doubles as the Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development, told the DAILY HERITAGE that the transformation happening in the constituency barely two years into office calls for the commendation of the President.

She explained also that the exercise was to engage the constituents on the need to keep fit and create awareness on the importance of keeping the body in shape.

She also expressed gratitude to the First Lady, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo,  Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia and the Second Lady, Mrs Samira Bawumia, for the good vision.

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The Overlord of the Ga Damgme State (Gborbu Wulomo),  Wor-Lumor Shitse Borketey Laweh Tsuru, whose office teamed up with the MP to organise the health walk, called on all to put their political affiliation aside and support the MP’s initiatives.

According to him, politics is about delivery and so it does not make sense to pull down the person who is delivering as the MP is doing.

He assured the MP of their support and urged her not to be deterred by political propaganda but instead focus on giving her best to the people.

The Nungua Oblantai Mantse, (Youth Chief), Nii Okpleh Dzalesane, who also took part in the marathon walk, expressed his gratitude to the MP for the successful collaboration and gave the assurance that the youth would always be there for her to ensure she would deliver the goods for the benefit of the constituency.


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