'I am contesting to complete my unfinished business'

Thu, 28 Nov 2019 Source: ghananewsagency.org

Mr Raphael Obeng Marnu, an aspirant assemblyman for Nsukwaoso Electoral

Area has called on citizens at his electoral area to come out in numbers and

vote him into power because he has unfinished to complete in the electoral


He said he was collaborating with Mr Isaac Apaw Gyasi, the Municipal Chief Executive for New Juaben South and some Non-Governmental Organisations(NGOs) to construct bridges in in the area to minimise flooding in the electoral area.

Mr Marnu made the statement in an interview with the Ghana News Agency (GNA) at Koforidua.

He has been an Assembly Member at the electoral area for the past 12 years and expressed interest in the office and urged people to come out in their numbers to vote during the assembly elections as they were doing in Presidential and Parliamentary elections.

Mr Marnu said he had the interest of his people at heart and helped to construct four culverts, free National Health Insurance for people above 70 and changed security bulbs in the communities in his

electoral area.

He also claimed to have helped students with financial challenges to get admission to various Institutions and urged Ghanaians to vote yes in the upcoming referendum to help them in choosing their own leaders at their local areas.

Source: ghananewsagency.org

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