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Matthew Silas Amoah says his impactful projects pave way for victory in Bolgatanga East

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Matthew Silas Amoah, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) parliamentary candidate for the Bolgatanga East constituency, has expressed confidence that his track record of impactful projects in the area will secure his victory in the upcoming 2024 general election.

Facing a stiff contest against the incumbent MP under the National Democratic Congress (NDC) ticket, Dr. Dominic Akuretinga Ayine, Mr. Amoah believes his contributions to the constituency will resonate with voters.

For one to warrant becoming an MP, the businessman says such an individual must have a good message for the constituents and must have impacted positively on the lives of the people. “And I think we have a message, and you need to have an impact on the lives of the people, which you guys can bear witness that I have had an impact on the lives of the people. We are telling the people to understand that there needs to be development projects in the constituency and that should warrant somebody to lead the constituency but not based on party lines,” he stated.

Mr. Amoah, a native of Zuarungu-Dapooren in the constituency, declared his intention to contest the NPP parliamentary primaries in August 2023 during an interview with A1 Radio’s Joshua Asaah after commissioning two boreholes for the Gambibgo primary and Junior High School and the Dulugu community respectively.

Before deciding to contest the parliamentary election, Amoah initiated several development projects using his personal resources. One notable achievement is the provision of potable drinking water to many communities across the constituency through the drilling of boreholes.

Additionally, he donated 20,000 cedis, along with three air conditioners, to the Upper East Regional Hospital for the establishment of a dialysis center. This donation aimed to enhance healthcare services for residents of the Upper East region.

When the constituency’s ambulance broke down, Mr. Amoah responded to the call for support by donating 12,000 cedis for its repair, ensuring improved health delivery for the community. The gesture was praised by the Station Officer of the National Ambulance Service for the Bolgatanga East District, Boniface Ayamga, after letters were written to the MP, the district assembly, and benevolent organizations without response.

The NPP parliamentary candidate also made significant contributions to the district health directorate, donating medical essentials and supporting the roofing of the directorate’s administration block, which is being constructed through internally generated funds. Among other initiatives he had undertaken included the donation of furniture and computers to selected schools in the constituency, as well as the provision of 698 mathematical sets and pens to all the 698 final-year students at all 16 public Junior High Schools and 5 private JHS students who sat for the 2023 BECE exams in the Bolgatanga East District.

He had also promised to provide scholarships to 10 deserving students up to the tertiary level through the Silas Amoah Foundation.

Speaking to the media on Sunday at Zuarungu after the party inaugurated a 28-member campaign team for the next election, Mr. Amoah believes that his efforts have positively impacted the lives of residents and will translate into votes in the upcoming election.

“I have witnessed the challenges facing our people, and I am committed to addressing them,” Amoah stated. “My track record speaks for itself, and I am confident that the constituents will recognize my dedication to their welfare.”

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Joshua Asaah|Zuarungu|Ghana

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