Ursula Owusu gains recognition
Led by the Constituency Chairman, Mr. Isaac Ekyea - Addae, the Sefwi Akotombra NPP paid a courtesy call on the Communications Minister, Mrs. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful to convey their gratitude for what they describe as the 'priceless' role she played in the unprecedented gains made in Sefwi Akotombra in the 2020 elections.
According to them, the ruling NPP won both the Presidential and Parliamentary elections for the first time since the creation of the Sefwi Akotombra Constituency . They attribute that feat to the master stroke interventions made by the Minister in the run up to 2020 elections.
The executives presented a citation which extolled the efforts of the Minister and the impact made particularly in communities like Yawkrom and Aprutu.
Mrs. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful thanked the party leaders for the gesture. She assured them of her continuous support for the Constituency.
For her hard work, the maverick lawmaker deserves the citation and we co gratulate her for her recognition
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