Member of Parliament for Ellembelle, Emmanuel Kofi-Armah Buah has said attempts to challenge the Ghanaian citizenship of her colleague lawmaker from Jomoro, Dorcas Affo Toffey is an attempt to bypass the people’s will and that would never succeed.
There was a loud response of “YES” when he posed the question to the constituents of Jomoro, as to whether Madam Toffey is not the daughter of the most successful coconut farmer in the whole Nzema land?”. And the people added that “she grew up in Jomoro, her mother hails from Tikobo Number One, and everybody in the neighborhood knowns her”
In an interview, the Ellembelle lawmaker noted that it does not make sense for anybody to say the Jomoro MP is not a Ghanaian.
He made a similar statement when he addressed the indigenes of Jomoro on Sunday, July 18, 2021 when the MP through her initiative secured loans for two hundred (200) women in the constituency to assist them with their businesses.
And added that the people of Jomoro sent Dorcas Toffey to Parliament because of the kind of quality messages in her campaign. And before being elected, she had already gone ahead to donate ambulance to her constituents and connected very well with the youth.
Again, since she came to parliament, she has been championing the reopening of Ghana’s land border with Ivory Coast at Elubo, made statements of the floor of the House to that effect among others. “She has started very well; this is someone the people of Jomoro are solidly behind and their will can never be jeopardized”.