Patrick Boamah Elected By Popular Acclamation As NPP Parliamentary Candidate For Okaikwei Central


Deputy Ministry of Sanitation & Water Resources and the Member of Parliament, MP, for Okaikwei Central, Patrick Yaw Boamah, has been elected by popular acclamation to contest again the Parliamentary seat on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party, NPP, in the 2020 elections.


He was the only person who picked nomination forms to contest in the party’s primaries. The event was well attended by party faithfuls in the Okaikwei Central constituency.

Mr. Boamah visited all the five electoral areas where polling stations where mounted including Blemagor, Apenkwa, Wouyenman, Olengele and Gbemomo to address supporters.

Addressing party faithfuls, Mr. Boamah stated good governance cannot be achieved without regular interaction with constituents to know their needs and establishing measures to address their demands.

He added that he will strive to collaborate, forge alliances and put in place strategies to ensure that the needs and adorations of the inhabitants of the Okaikwei Central constituency are met.

The Deputy Minister expressed gratitude to the party executives and the delegates for having confidence in him to go unopposed and charged them to embarked on house to house campaign to retain the Okaikwei Parliamentary seat.

According to Mr. Boamah, governance is a continuation process and as such not a one time event, hence there is the need to vote massively President Nana Akufo-Addo in the general elections.

This he said, President Nana Akufo-Addo has transformed Ghana by improving infrastructure, ensuring good governance, providing free SHS and improving the livelihood of the citizenery among others.

Mr. Boamah therefore entreated NPP supporters in the Okaikwei constituency not to allow the National Democratic Congress for their political gimmicks to come to power.

He also underscored the needs for NPP supporters to foster unity among themselves and shun backbiting among them which he noted will retain the party in power.

By Paul Mamattah



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