A vote for Abetifi MP will mean increase in prostitution - NDC Chairman
Eastern Regional chairman of the ruling NDC, Bismark Tawiah Boateng is urging the electorate within the Abetifi constituency of the Eastern Region, not to renew the mandate of the incumbent Member of Parliament (MP) Bryan Acheampong.
He observes that voting for the NPP legislator is an endorsement of an increase in prostitution in the area considering the fact that Bryan Acheampong is only investing in areas that are fertile for the illicit business.
According to him, the MP is investing in hotels which he claim will lead to an increase in prostitution among young girls in the area and must therefore be rejected at the polls to save the future of the youth of Abetifi.
Nyarko Abronoma of Bryt Fm who was at the Abetifi constituency campaign launch, reports that the NDC chair disclosed that the current government led by President Mahama has done a lot in terms of infrastructural development and therefore urged electorate to vote massively for the NDC to continue the good work.
“The opposition is promising Free education but they have forgotten that we need more school buildings in order to make it a reality” He stated.
He said the government has invested heavily in education, health, transport, agriculture among many other sectors of the economy which is a great sign of commitment to the development of the country.
“NPP executives should come out boldly and point to us a single project undertook by former NPP MPs over the past years which I know is not feasible since they did nothing for their people” He challenged.