Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa the member of Parliament for North Tongu is regarded as the best legislator considering the sort of philanthropic work he does for his constituents. The majority of Ghanaians haven't seen such a hardworking MP in a long time.
At a point in time, he forfeited his two monthly salaries as a lawmaker to pay struggling national service personnel in his district. The laudable initiative was commended by some sections of the public. He is just incomparable to his colleagues and that will pave the way for him to contest the next election which he is likely to win.
As committed and devoted he is to serving his people, the gentleman has engaged the Chinese ambassador in discussing trade and other industry partnerships. He kindly seized the opportunity to discuss with him how to ensure that the masses whom he represents in Parliament get work to do through job creation.
When it comes to the development of his area, it is paramount to him, therefore any move is for the betterment of the constituents. He however indicated that no bailout was discussed.
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