ENDORSING DR. BAWUMIA’S VISION, AFENYO-MARKIN’S AIDE URGES MASSIVE SUPPORT IN DECEMBER POLLS

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Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia’s ideas and vision have received significant support from Hon. Alexander Kwamena Afenyo-Markin, MP for Effutu Constituency and Special Advisor to the Majority Leader in Parliament. He is asking Ghanaians to cast large ballots in favour of Bawumia in the upcoming December elections.

The assistant outlined Dr. Bawumia’s accomplishments, which included bringing e-healthcare to the public sector, directing the Controller and Accountant-General’s Department to remove ghost names from the public sector, requiring government employees to use the Ghana Card as the only card to receive their salary, and successfully implementing the Free SHS programme, which has educated many citizens with the introduction of the e-book and smart school project.

Speaking about Dr. Bawumia’s agricultural policy, Mr. Joseph stated that in order to lower the high cost of food and promote commercial farming, the government of Bawumia will increase its investments in mechanised, irrigation, and commercial farming. Additionally, the government plans to build factories that will generate fertiliser for farmers, thus boosting the agricultural sector.

Along with the National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme (NEIP), which has given 600 businesses access to start-up funding, the assistant also commended Dr. Bawumia’s gold for oil policy, which has helped Ghana. Access to healthcare has also increased because to the drone delivery system, particularly in remote regions.

In closing, Hon. Afenyo’s Aide underlined that Dr. Bawumia is a visionary leader who is dedicated to serving Ghana and understands suffering. He asked the public to vote for Dr. Bawumia in order to maintain peace and growth in the nation following the elections.

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Given that Ghanaians are still drawn to Dr. Bawumia’s accomplishments and ideas, this support is expected to significantly strengthen his candidature. 

Regarding Hon. Afenyo Markin’s developmental endeavours and projects in the Effutu Constituency, he mentioned that the MP for Effutu is making significant investments in the future of the area, with a particular emphasis on the development of young people. One of the biggest children’s hospitals in Ghana is being constructed in Osbonpanyin, Winneba, by Hon. Afenyo-Markin, according to his Special Advisor, Joseph B. Wallace, also known as Big Joe. The facility is almost finished.

Furthermore, he stated, “Hon. Afenyo Markin has constructed 18 libraries in Winneba, more than in any other town in Ghana. Each library has an ICT lab, giving students access to resources and technology to improve their education.”

Additionally, community centres built by Hon. Afenyo-Markin have served as focal points for a variety of municipal and many of clinics offering medical care to locals in every Winneba village.

A new paper factory at New Winneba, which will employ over 5,000 youth, and a fishing harbour, which will employ over 2,000 youth, are among the other projects. These include the construction of a new court at Ghadze, a new storey building to house the Ghana Police Service’s municipal headquarters, and the provision of vocational training for prisoners, such as painting, spraying, carpentry, and maison. Additionally, the municipality is currently building five different artificial turfs.

Hon. Afenyo-Markin’s dedication to the growth and welfare of the constituency is demonstrated by his willingness to invest in the future of Effutu’s children.

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In collusion, Mr. Joseph B. Walace advised Effutu voters to support Hon. Alexander Afenyo Markin in the forthcoming general election in order to bring about greater development. He also advised those who wish to run against him to give up, as Effutu residents are aware of what Mr. Afenyo is doing for them. 
Contact Big Joe, Mr. Joseph B. Walace, at 0244493505.