Monday, October 20, 2008


A FORMER New Patriotic Party (NPP) parliamentary aspirant in the Asutifi South Constituency, Mr Robert Dwomoh-Mensah, has donated items worth GH¢2,500 to the parliamentary aspirant, Mr Yiadom Boachie-Boateng, to enhance his campaign.
The items included 500 T-Shirts, NPP flags, office stationery and other party paraphernalia.
According to Mr Dwomoh-Mensah, the donation was intended to reaffirm the commitment he made some time ago to support the parliamentary aspirant in his campaign, and to deepen the unity that existed in the party.
At the presentation ceremony at the constituency headquarters at Hwidiem in the Brong Ahafo Region, Mr Dwomoh-Mensah said the presentation was the beginning of greater things to come.
He said he was determined to assist the aspirant to defeat the incumbent NDC MP, Alhaji Collins Dauda, "whose inaction had stifled the development of the constituency".
Mr Dwomoh-Mensah said he was touched by the constant requests for T-Shirts by the youth, especially during campaigns.
The chief patron of the party in the constituency, Nana Kofi Sarbeng, thanked Mr Dwomoh-Mensah for the gesture.
He expressed regret that even though there were some party supporters who had the financial clout to assist the campaign, they had not done that.
Nana Sarbeng, therefore, challenged them to change for the better to facilitate the campaign and ensure total victory.
For his part, the parliamentary aspirant, Mr Boachie-Boateng, thanked Mr Dwomoh-Mensah for the support, stressing that the donation came at the right time when T-Shirts had become "an essential commodity" in the campaigning.
He promised to make good use of the items as he prepared to unseat Alhaji Collins Dauda.

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