Member of parliament for north Tongu district I the volta region, Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa yesterday, visited his constituency and donated laptops to his assembly members in his constituency and have interaction with them and after that he delivered his message on his social media handle to Ghanaians about what he actually went and did.
The member of parliament aside sharing the laptops to his constituency assembly members, took the time to discussing the people's manifesto about the assembly members and how John Mahama could pay them in the local government if, he wins power.
Not only but Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa also delivered laptops to teachers, nurses and doctors to help them carrying out their duties successful for the government of Ghana.
He made 30 laptops donation to the assembly members and gives this starnge message to to them which maybe a new strategy the NDC is adopting to win the election. The strategy maybe take and her the message.
"I also took the opportunity to take the assembly members through the people's manifesto, particularly, the sections relating to Local government and explained to them how John Mahama presidency from January 7, will pay all assembly members. Increased the DACF from 5% to 7.5%; empower chiefs to appoint 30% members as a departure of current government appointments and other raft of far reaching local government policy reforms which NDC as Local government pioneers is commiting to" he post on his facebook Wall.
Could this be a new strategy NDC have started after NPP start begging Ghanaians to give Nana Akufo-Addo four more years to do more for them?
Could it be a "take and hear" message strategy by the NDC?
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