September 11, 2012

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) MP for Assin North, Kennedy Agyapong, has called on Ghanaians to hold onto the promises of the main opposition as it is set to deliver if voted to govern Ghana in the December polls.

According to him, Ghanaians are in need of an efficient healthcare system, quality education and access to jobs – all of which the NPP will provide.

Several of the NPP bigwigs stormed Kumasi on Sunday to support the constituency candidature of Ms. Patricia Appiagyei for the Asokwa Constituency and then held a mammoth rally to consolidate the party’s presence in the region.

Addressing the residents of Kumasi, Hon. Agyapong mentioned that “we all know that on December 7, we are all going to vote for Nana Akufo-Addo and we are asking that you should all be steadfast.”

He added that Ghanaians are in dire need of “jobs, good health and education so I came to support my sister, Mama Pat.”

The NPP parliamentary candidate for Asokwa constituency, Patricia Appiagyei, on her part pledged to bring massive development to the constituency as she had done when she served as the Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister during the Kufuor administration.

She said: “Because I was able to develop the region, I know that developing Asokwa will not be that much of a challenge. I have realized that most people in Asokwa have their own businesses and so I will set up a cooperative union to help in managing your finances.”