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Ghanaians react massively to what Okudzeto has done to the lives of children in his constituency

The essence of political power is to make impacts in the life of power who gave you the mandate. It is the duty of a politician who has won the mandate of the people to fulfill their part of the social contract by formulating and implementing policies that inure to the general good of the people. In Ghana, though the primary responsibility of Parliamentarians is not to undertake development projects, promises made by them during the campaign makes constituents demand more than just legislative functions from them. The MP's common fund the state gives them to cater for these demands may not be enough, but some Members of Parliament use innovative means to leave up to the expectations of their constituents. 

Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, the Member of Parliament for the North Tongu Constituency is one of such Ghanaian legislators who have carved a name for himself for his effectiveness and efficiency in discharging his duties. Okudzeto has won the admiration and praise of Ghanaians across the political divide for his marvelous achievements in his constituency. It, therefore, does not come as a surprise as he wins his seat convincingly during elections.

As his trademark, Okudzeto Ablakwa has once again made a life-changing decision for his people. Not long ago after the Member of Parliament dashed a car to a woman who have served for a long time in the Battor Hospital in his constituency, he is praised by Ghanaians for the incubators he bought for the Hospital in his constituency. Admirers of Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa praised his efforts after he made a Facebook post of how the incubator he donated for the Hospital is helping save the lives of children. 

Check out some of the reactions from those who took to the comments section to praise him;

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