19 November 2012

Ghana: Job Creation Is My Priority - Atii Mokwa PC

The ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary candidate for Atii Mokwa in the Central Region, Samuel Ato Amoah has stated clearly that creating jobs for his constituents was high on agenda when elected to parliament in December 7 poll.

Speaking during his campaign launch at Twifo Praso on Friday, Ato Amoah who is also the Central Regional Youth Organiser said currently he has employed 50 people in his drug store business as well as his private international school at Twifo Praso.

According to him, he would create more employments for his people since he has evidence to show, and urged the electorates to give him the mandate to represent them in parliament.

The Central Regional Minister, Mrs. Ama Benyiwa Doe called on the people to retain NDC in power by voting for President John Dramani Mahama and Ato Amoah to continue with the Better Ghana Agenda initiated by the late President John Evans Atta Mills. She said the NDC needed another four years to complete its Better Ghana Agenda policies and urged all and sundry to go to the polling stations in their numbers to vote for NDC on December 7.

Ato Amoah is also facing stiff opposition from New Patriotic Party (NPP) candidate, Dr. Francis Owusu Mensah, a lecturer at the University of Education, Winneba.

The NDC has occupied the Atii Mokwa seat since 1992 while the NPP schemes to capture the seat.

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