Honourable Edwin Nii Lante Vanderpuye, the MP for the Odododiodio Constituency has assured the people of Okaishie that the NDC will recognize every single person’s effort towards the fight for the NDC to win power in 2020.
He observed that the role of Okaishie and for that matter the Odododiodio Constituency towards the development of lives in and outside the constituency is very crucial to the Ghana’s economy. “And that cannot be taken for granted” he noted.
According to him, the NDC recognizes the fact that Okaishie alone provides direct and indirect employment for over millions of Ghanaians and even foreigners. In view of this fact, the incoming John Mahama administration will initiate specific policies and incentives that will help them improve upon their businesses.
He said this when Executives of the Okaishie Special Branch of the NDC donated a bag of rice and a carton of biscuit with an undisclosed amount of cash in support of the new voters registration exercise which is expected to end on the 6th of August.
The Chairman of the NDC in the Odododiodio Constituency, Paul Nii Obli Sowah, who received the items together with other executives, said that even though the sitting MP, Honourable Nii Lante Vanderpuye had done so much in the constituency, it is important that the contribution Okaishie has continuously made towards the activities of the party is rewarded.
The Constituency Vice chairman also tanked the members of the Okaishie Special Branch for their support and called upon all those who have supported the party in the past not to lose hope because their expectations have not being met. For him, political party activism is a life time investment, even though the returns may delay, it will surely come. He therefore called upon them to come out and let their concerns be addressed.
Alhaji Mustapha Mohammed who is the chairman of the branch assured the constituency of the constituency that they will work very hard to ensure that the NDC wins both the Presidential and parliamentary elections at all polling centres within the Okaishie community.