“Give me 4 more years to complete my projects” – Owusu Aduomi

The Member of Parliament for Ejisu Constituency, Mr Owusu Aduomi who doubles as Deputy Minister of Roads and Highways has pleaded with delegates to give him 4 additional years in order to complete projects he has started.

Speaking to media on Tuesday during the submission of his nomination forms at Ejisu NPP constituency office, he said there are several beneficial projects ongoing in the constituency therefore he cannot afford to lose his seat and leave the proceeding projects in vain.
“There are a lot of projects I am doing for this constituency; Mechanized boreholes, hospitals, school buildings, markets among others, so I am pleading with you the delegates to give me another 4 years to finish these projects”, he stated.

He added that although 3 aspirants have emerged to contest him in the primaries, however, the Ejisu delegates should vote for him in the impending NPP primaries on April 25 2020 in order for him to continue with the good works.

Mr Owusu Aduomi has gone 8 years clear and this is the third time he is vying for the Ejisu parliamentary seat.
This year 2 aspirants, namely, Lawyer John Kumah, CEO of National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme (NEIP) and Abena Pokuaah Amoah affectionately called “Ejisu Broni’ have so far emerged to battle Mr Aduomi.

But the Deputy Roads and Highways Minister is very confident and believes that he will come out victorious in the NPP primaries on 25 April, 2020.

By : Joe Marfo