Independent Parliamentary Candidate for Tarkwa Nsueam in the Western Region Joy Joycelyn Andoh has argued she offers the most practicable work plan to emancipate the constituency from the abyss of disarray and abjection.
She stated that she will replicate the huge success of her philanthropic foundation and bring economic empowerment to both the young and aged in the constituency.
She said this after thousands of her enthusiastic supporters joined her over the weekend on a health walk through the principal streets of Tarkwa Nsuaem.
Clad in T-shirts of the candidate, the teeming supporters chanted the name of Joy Joycelyn Andoh amidst other pronouncements such as ‘There is a change coming’ and ‘Tarkwa Nsuaem is yearning for it’.
The health walk, among other health benefits, was also for the Independent Candidate to further endear herself to the constituents.
Addressing the charged crowd, Madam Joycelyn Andoh said her decision to contest the December 7 elections is premised on her desire to empower the youth with employable skills for them to be economically empowered.
” …to let our supporters know that Madam Joy is indeed in the race and that the people of Tarkwa Nsuaem should continue to have faith and confidence in her. That she is capable of leading the people of Tarkwa Nsuaem, to bring development and to empower the youth, create jobs and to also provide infrastructure development.”
She added: “The people of Tarkwa Nsuaem are ready for change and we can all see that indeed 7th December, Madam Joy will lead the people of Tarkwa Nsuaem. That, she is the sole person who can lead the people of Tarkwa Nsuaem.”
Joy Joycelyn Andoh mentioned a litany of projects she has initiated and pleaded with the electorate to vote for her to enable her continue with her unparalleled development workplan for Tarkwa Nsuaem.
“I have created a lot of jobs and empowered the youth. I am embarking on a number of development projects. I have already provided a lot of basic amenities to scores of communities, including toilet facilities. I have put up schools. I have put up a CHPS Compound, empowered women groups by giving them soft loans. So, I have the best interest of Tarkwa Nsuaem at heart and I am ready to do more”.
Some of the supporters who were part of the health walk explained that their decision to vote for Joy Joycelyn Andoh is because of how she was able to use her philanthropic foundation to economically empower scores of young men and women as well as the aged in Tarkwa and its environs.
By Eric Yaw Adjei|3news.com|Ghana