Weija-Gbawe Assembly member Aspirants Receive Support
Ebenezer Nana Opoku-Manu, otherwise called “Nana Poku,” a co-opted member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Weija-Gbawe constituency, in the Greater Accra Region, has supported all assembly member-aspirants contesting in this year’s District Level Election, slated for December 19.
He donated 30 pieces of T-shirts, 100 pieces of posters and GH₵1,000.00 to each of the 14 aspirants to support their campaign activities.
The beneficiary electoral areas are Weija, New Weija East, New Weija West, Gonse, Gbawe East, Gbawe West, New Gbawe, Djanman, Tetegu, McCarthy North, McCarthy South, Oblogo, Mallam East and Mallam West.
He presented the items on Sunday, October 10, 2023 at a brief ceremony.
The gesture, according to Mr. Opoku-Manu,was part of his widow’s mite contribution to support the aspirants through the NDC’s Parliamentary candidate, Felix Odartey Lamptey.
Speaking prior to the donation, Nana Poku assured the aspirants of his unflinching support and challenged them to work harder for victory.
He underscored the need for aspirants to come together, eschew complacency and rather work in harmony to win all the electoral areas.
Nana Poku also called on other stakeholders to support the assembly member-aspirants to ensure a resounding victory in the district assembly election.
He encouraged members of the umbrella family in the Weija-Gbawe constituency to foster unity, love and tolerance, as the party works assiduously to make history by winning the various electoral areas, win the Weija-Gbawe parliamentary seat for the first time, and also clinch victory for the presidential election in 2024.
The last Sunday’s donation was done with the support of the constituency chairman, Mohammed Issaka, together with the constituency executive committee, many of who were in the attendance.
The co-opted member thanked the constituency executives for their continuous support and prayers in steering the affairs, since the new executives assumed office.
The coordinators and their assembly member-aspirants were thankful for the gesture, as they expressed their readiness to produce a good outcome, after the election.