Rebecca Akufo-Addo, led a pre-election tour of the central constituencies of Okaykoy and Corly Cottey and urged voters to vote for a second term for the PNP.
She told the people that the PNP, under the leadership of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has made so much progress for the country and that the voters should therefore vote on the basis of these achievements.
According to the First Lady, many of the social intervention programmes carried out by the government under Akufo-Addo are aimed not only at members and supporters of the nuclear power plant, but at all Ghanaians who are entitled to one of these social interventions.
In the central district of Okaykoi, Mrs. Akufo-Addo first called the country’s Chief Imam, Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubut, to her residence and then ordered the construction of a community clinic, which was built by Patrick Boamah, a delegate from the central district of Okaykoi, in honor of the Chief Imam in New Fadama, Accra.
She thanked the Chief Imam for his constant prayers and support for President Akoufo-Addo in his political career and asked for further prayers before the parliamentary elections on March 7. December.
Welcoming his companions in his home, Sheikh Sharubuta thanked the First Lady for her visit and assured her that the government would continue to support her office in her development efforts.
He explained that Ghana, unlike some of its neighbours who are affected by civil instability, has peace, political stability and religious tolerance, which are important pillars of development.
The Chief Imam advised political parties and citizens to refrain from violence and start peaceful campaigns in the run-up to the 2020 elections.
Mrs Akoufo-Addo later donated medical supplies to the clinic, including diapers, wheelchairs, crutches, maternity bags, blankets and medical gowns.
She also visited the head of Abeca, Nii Boi IV, and his elders, who welcomed her to the traditional area and congratulated her on adhering to traditional standards.
In a conversation with marketeers and youth groups in a mini-turbine in Abeke Manz Agbona, the First Lady pointed out that the policy of free social protection, among other social measures, has had a positive effect on all citizens and that the beneficiaries have overcome all political differences.
She also met car dealers, craftsmen and traders and some disabled people in the Apenkva Presbyterian Church and encouraged them to vote in large numbers for President Akoufo-Addo because of the good work he did during his first term in office.
The government policy aimed at improving the situation of persons with disabilities, in particular their participation as cash payers and the increase of the Disability Fund, reflects the general well-being of the Ghanaians.
Mr Boamah, who was a member of the First Lady’s entourage, said that President Akupho-Addo was a loyal and proven supporter of Central Okaykwei, who used to be a legal advisor to the Abeca Traditional Council and played an important role in solving the problems of leaders who once threatened their peace.
He said the president has carried out a number of projects in the district since he took office, including a new Astro Tour, a mini-stadium that covers most of the streets and lights up his streets.
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