The inauguration of Effia Constituency Campaign Team and the launching of the 2020 Campaign was massive.
The event was patronized by the bigwigs of the party in the Western Region including Hon. Kobby Okyere Darko Mensah, the Western Regional Minister, Hon Andrew Agyapa Mercer- MP for Sekondi Constituency, Hon Kojo Acquah- MCE for EKMA, Dr Dominic Eduah- Executive Director of GNPC Foundation and some Regional Executives led by Mr Ishmael Envolah- Regional 2nd Vice Chairman.
Speakers after speakers outlined the reasons why the good people of Effia Constituency should vote massively for Hon. Joseph Cudjoe as MP for Effia Constituency and President Nana Akufo-Addo as the President of Ghana. Effia Constituency is one of the major NPP strongholds in the Western Region. All the speakers at the occasion pointed to the numerous and massive developmental projects done by the MP and the President in the Effia Constituency ranging from roads,to Astro turfs to school buildings.
©️Aki, Effia Constituency
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