The Minister for Fisheries and Aquaculture, Madam Elizabeth Afoley Quaye, has pledged to continue to offer selfless and accessible leadership by working to address the needs of her constituents to promote the development of the Krowor Constituency.
She said this when she submitted her forms to contest for the New Patriotic Party, NPP, Parliamentary primaries in the Krowor Constituency of the Greater Accra region.
The Minister was accompanied by the Deputy Minister for transport and the MP for Tema East, Titus Glover, the Chairman of the Premix Fuel Committee and the aspiring Parliamentary candidate for Odododiodoo and the Municipal Chief Executive for Krowor Assembly, Joshua Bortey.
Madam Afoley Quaye noted that changing her to vote for different candidate to represent the NPP will not help the party to continue with the development she has brought in the constituency.
According to her, she has collaborated with the Krowor Municipal Assembly to bring development in the Municipality and has also helped more youth in the constituency to gain employment.
Madam Afoley Quaye added that considering her track records and the projects she has initiated in the area, the people of Krowor constituency will give her the nod to continue as MP.
She called for clean campaign from the other aspirants devoid of insults and encouraged NPP faithful to foster unity among them to retain the Parliamentary seat for the NPP.
Madam Afoley Quaye therefore pleaded with delegates to vote massively for her in the primaries to become victorious to represent the NPP and subsequently win the national election.
NPP faithfuls and delegates who matched through some principal streets amidst funfair were of the view that Madam Afoley Quaye deserved another term as Member of Parliament, following her good works in the constituency.
Two aspirants are contesting the minister to become the PC to represent the NPP in the Krowor constituency.
By: Paul Mamattah