Samuel Abu Jinapor, a lawyer and also the current deputy Chief of staff at the presidency made history in the just ended elections after he unseated the then NDC Member of Parliament Mutawakillu and is now the parliamentarian-elect for the Damongo Constituency.
His win comes with a lot of things as he has assured the people of Damongo Constituency of massive projects and development for that is the reason why he was voted into power.
He also made assurance to the four strong zones in the constituency namely Larabanga, Busunu, Canteen and Damongo that they will see massive development in each of the zones for they voted massively for him.
He then revealed his plans of meeting all polling stations to get a first hand knowledge of what they need and that improvement in the agriculture sector will be his major target in the constituency.
He then thanked all those who voted massively for him and then promised them that they will see developmental projects in the coming days.
Do you think it was necessary for the MP to have assured the people of Damongo of developmental projects? And is a Member of Parliament an agent of development?
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