Daniel Yeboah, a photojournalist with TV3 Network has declared his intention to contest in the upcoming Parliamentary primaries on the ticket of the ruling party New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Upper West Akyem Constituency of the Eastern Region.
According to him, he wants to contest for the Parliamentary primary seat because he has a great vision for the constituency, and he is ready to help the constituency if he wins the primary elections and the parliamentary seat in the end.
Speaking to the media, he indicated that all neighbouring towns have developed with the exception of Adeiso mostly the surrounding which lacks social amenities.
Mr Yeboah added that when given the nod his outfit will help to improve the standard of living of the people of Adeiso in term of social amenities.
In furtherance, he said he has observed that the previous leaders didn’t help them and if they were willing to help them, they would have done it long ago as one of the major stronghold, of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has neglected the town its share of development after being in power for so many years.
“I have seen the NDC in power for over 28 years, but they didn’t create room for development. There is only one job that is recognized in the area; therefore, I will be creating more jobs when being voted into power as your member of parliament,” he added.
He also averred that the population there is about 40,000 people, most of whom move to Accra every day to trade and move back to the community before they get something to cater for their family.
“I have worked with the president, Nana Akufo Addo, for some time and have seen that with commitment the area can be developed, and that is why I want to devote myself to work for the community to be developed,” he explained.
He concluded by saying he is having many visions for the community and he doesn’t want to expose much; even if, we have look at the road networks in the constituency, it is linked to other communities which are involved in the production of gari, palm oil and another foodstuff, which they are unable to move to the cities due to the nature of the roads.