A political party can make or unmake a parliamentary candidate. There have been cases where a political parties have withdraw their support from their parliamentary candidate and that saw to their doom. There have however been some exceptional cases where these candidate stands out. One such individual is the MP for Fomena, Andrew Asiamah.
Today, MP for Ketu South did the unusual and cut a sod for the opening of a National Democratic Congress constituency office. Though this is a laudable initiative, it does not and will never augur well in the ears of any Ghanaian youth. This is because, although it is a nice service to the party that made her, it is however a disservice to Ghanaian youth.
I am a resident of the Ketu South constituency and I will like to commend you on your enormous contribution to the development of our constituency. However, we the youth are displeased with this idea. Currently, what we need is a job not a party office. With or without the party office, we will still vote for you provided you give us jobs.
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