Hon Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, who is the Member of Parliament-elect for the North Tongu constituency in the Volta Regionof the country, has settled all the medical bills of all the children in the Constituency, who were receiving treatment at the Children’s Ward of the Battor Catholic Hospital, after he was victorious of winning the Parliamentary polls of the Constituency respectively.
The MP-elect, who on the flag ticket of the National Democratic Congress NDC and his party officials in the Constituency stormed the hospital soon after he won the polls.
With the results, Hon Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa won the polls with about 39, 294 votes which represented 89.7% out of the total valid votes cast whiles his opponent Mr. Richard Arku in the flag ticket of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) who also polled 4, 086 votes which also represented 9.32%, a very megre results indeed.
Please how did you see what the MP-elect, after he did this marvelous appreciation at the hospital?
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