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NPP parliamentary candidate attributes lack of development in Ashaiman to poor leadership


Justice King Essel, the Parliamentary candidate for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Ashaiman Constituency, has ascribed Ashaiman’s underdevelopment on the constituency’s inadequate parliamentary leadership representation throughout the years.

Instead of using the excuse that his administration is not in power, he believes that as a Member of Parliament, you must make a compelling argument for the constituency to the executive.


Speaking to Starrfm, the educationist stated that the constituency has a sizable amount of NPP supporters, and that presenting a solid argument through executive lobbying will drive the necessary improvement.

Mr. Essel stated that, despite the fact that Ashaiman has been reported to be voting in the NDC direction without adequate benefit in infrastructural development, he is calling all NDC  and NPP as well as floating voters in the Ashaiman constituency to support his bid to lead the constituency.

“I want to be an MP for everyone in the Ashaiman constituency and stand for development and creation of opportunities for the youths,” he said.

He stated that the governing NPP ranking has put in place a number of actions since 2021, ranging from the supply of beds to the TEMA General Hospital to help in the management of the hospital, as the Ashaiman populace looks to benefit greatly in seeking health treatment.

He further mentioned that the NPP administration has rebuilt the health center at Ashaiman Community 22 since 2021, which contributes to health services in the constituency.

Concerning the housing sector, Justice King Essel stated that the government has constructed housing stocks in the community’s 22 estates and is already admitting residents in order to reduce the community’s housing deficit.

Mr. Justice King Essel also stated that he is an educator who has taught a number of individuals to thrive in their chosen fields and that he is eager to come and help the growth of the Ashaiman constituency if elected as the MP for Ashaiman.

He stated that as a constituent, he will continue to assist in the development of talents in the area in order to position them for national and worldwide prominence.

He was concerned, however, about why the electorate had voted for years but had never profited from any ministerial responsibility.

One of his plans, he says, is to lobby Ashaiman for a ministerial position so that he can contribute to the growth of the region.





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