The chiefs and people of Susuanso in a pose with Freda Prempeh

ASPIRING NEW Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament for Tano North, Freda Prempeh popularly known as ?Obaa Noaa? has promised to set aside part of her common fund if voted into power to register the aged in the constituency for the National Health Insurance Scheme.

She mentioned this when she donated paint to the chiefs and people of Susuanso in the constituency to beautify the new market built by the incumbent NPP MP for area, Ernest Akobuor Debrah.

She said women?s issues were very important to her that was why she decided to help provide the paint to complete the market.

She said she was also at Susuanso to thank the chiefs and people for her nomination and to ask for their prayers for victory in the election.

Madam Prempeh, who was given a warm welcome by the people said the major problem facing the people of Tano North was bad roads and electrification. She therefore promised to make those areas her priority if the people voted for her. ?I will lobby for the rural electrification project to be extended to all villages in the constituency,? she said.

She called on her constituents to embrace Nana Akufo-Addo, the NPP flag bearer, who had promised to provide free senior high school education for all Ghanaian students and create jobs for the youth.

The aspiring MP promised to upgrade the only health centre at Yamfo so that the people in the area can attend hospital there instead of transporting sick people to Duayaw Nkwanta every day.

Chief of Susuanso, Obrempong Antwi Tabiri, thanked her for fulfilling her promise and bringing them the paint to complete the market project. He advised her to continue to be humble and not allow other people?s bad ways to influence her campaign but rather stick to the issues she knew were a great worry to the people of Tano North.

Obrempong Tabiri promised to continue to pray for her to win so that she can upgrade the health centre at Yamfo.

The chief also asked her to always stay in close contact with her people even after she became MP so parliament could address their problems.

The linguist for Susuaso poured libation to the gods and called for their blessings for Madam Prempeh to ensure victory for her.

From Vivianna Mensah, Susuanso


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