The member of parliament for North Tongu Constituency honorable Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has sent message to Hon James Quayson amidst drama surrounding his legitimacy of representing the people of Assin North.
In a simple message, the member of parliament indicated that at the end of the day, only the people of Assin North have the final say and it is only the true verdict.
"I have absolutely no doubt that my affable, down to earth, intelligent and honest colleague - Hon. James Gyakye Quayson, MP for Assin North who remains as formidable and immovable as Mountain Afadzato shall surely retain his glorious membership of the 8th Parliament" he said.
He promised Hon James Quayson that regardless of the brouhaha, they will still share the same office floor and strengthen the bond to work hard to meet the expectations of the people of Assin North
According to Okudzeto Ablakwa, Hon James Quayson is the best person and they support him and his constituents will also not disappoint him because they are the same people who will vote him back to power.
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