Ghana Politics

Punish ‘ungrateful’ Assin North people by denying them development – NPP Youth Organizer

Bright Nyampong, the NPP’s youth organizer for the Obuasi West Constituency in Ashanti, has pleaded with the Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo administration to punish the citizens of Assin North for casting ballots against the government’s parliamentary candidate in the most recent by-election.

Bright Nyampong expressed his dissatisfaction, saying the residents of Assin North had shown little sign of appreciating the government’s development efforts in their area.

He stressed that the residents’ choice to vote against the NPP candidate sends a message that they do not value the accomplishments and advancements undertaken by the government while participating in a panel discussion on Wontumi TV on June 27, 2023.

He then proposed that the president concentrates on building the Ashanti region, where the populace is steadfast in its support for the NPP, by diverting all construction materials currently being used in Assin North there.

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“With all due respect, we shall beg the president to understand that the people of Assin North have demonstrated that development does not count in voting, and that the Ashanti area needs the development.

We beg them to go and build the Kwabre road, the Manso road, we beg them to build the Suame interchange, they should do it for us because we will vote for NPP and any candidate it puts forward, come rain or shine.

He expressed irritation and accused the Assin North voters of being ungrateful for their choice, saying that since they did not value the party’s efforts, they need to be punished.

They ought to remove all the equipment from Assin North. Because they will support the NPP candidate, Kwabre voters need them, and Suame voters need them as well. Assin North residents don’t like development, as has been observed. This is incredibly ungrateful, and I believe the government ought to compensate them nicely.

The Ashanti region has always been appreciative of the NPP party, so it’s about time we were fair. If the Bawumia government and Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo are prepared to end.

Following the end of the by-election on June 27, 2023, the Ghanaian Electoral Commission named James Gyakye Quayson the Member of Parliament-elect for the Assin North constituency. Quayson, who ran for office on the National Democratic Congress (NDC) ticket, won by a sizable margin.

According to the announcement made by the Electoral Commission, James Gyakye Quayson received a total of 17,245 votes or 57.56% of the total votes cast. Charles Opoku of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), who was his closest rival, received 12,630 votes, or 42.15 percent of the votem

87 votes, or 0.29% of the total, went to Bernice Enyonam Sefenu of the Liberal Party of Ghana (LPG).


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