Government Spokesperson on Finance, Daniel Okyem Aboagye, has cautioned the New Patriotic Party delegates of Bantama to reject his opponent in the upcoming primaries and help in continuing his ideas of results.
The MP wondered why such great ideas and policies he has in place for the people of Bantama should be opposed and contested while they are gradually materialising.
Speaking with Oyerepa FM’s Kojo Jantuah, the Honourable Member of Parliament for Bantama, who is also Government’s Spokesperson on Finance touched a bit of the business aspect of life, of which he encouraged people to tap into a business environment. “If there is no problem, there isn’t any solution, therefore people must tap into the business environment to explore and find a solution to various problems. Using himself as a case study, he talked about employing about 600 and more people as a result of finding a solution to problems, having twenty-nine (29) branches of microfinance in the last thirty (30) years, in nine (9) regions.
He advised, “You cannot be a Member of Parliament if you don’t have a Fallback and strategise on how you prepare enough and equip your self financially through solving problems.”
The Member of Parliament for Bantama was worried that his kind of leadership he wants to put in place in Bantama Constituency, being more of Ideas-oriented, is not being given way to materialise.
He beseeched Bantama Constituents to come together and show his opponent the red card so he (Okyem Aboagye) can continue his ideas-oriented ideas. “I think I will win the primaries in the upcoming elections hands down,” he stated vehemently on Oyerepa FM. On the other hand, he recognized there being a supreme God and saying that may his will be done, though he wants to win.
The Honourable Member of Parliament encouraged his constituents to contribute their quota relentlessly in putting Bantama in a pedestal worthy of emulation.
He urged all and sundry to adhere to the social protocols in addressing and preventing the contraction of COVID-19. The Spokesperson of Government on Finance was particular about the wearing of nose masks and social distancing, “Everyone must do well to put on nose mask whenever and wherever you are going to help prevent the disease from spreading further.”
SOURCE: AGYEI BARIMAH YAW