I pledge by the Grace of God to continue to serve my people with distinction – Ablakwa


Member of Parliament for North Tongu Constituency Hon. Okudzeto Ablakwa has pledged to serve his constituents with distinction by the grace of God if given another term as MP for his constituency in the Volta region.

Ablakwa made this remarks today on Talks Africa Media sighted social media wall of the MP after he has successfully filed his nominations with the district office of the Electoral Commission to contest as Member of Parliament for his beloved North Tongu Constituency on the ticket of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).

The legislator expressed gratitude for the profound solidarity exhibited by okada riders who led him on an exciting procession through the streets of Mepe, Battor and Aveyime ahead of the formal filing process.

To him, undoubtedly a clear demonstration that former President John Mahama’s pledge to legalize and regulate the okada business is practical, popular and possible, adding that, the opposition NDC People’s Manifesto continues to galvanize many sections of society.

“It is instructive to note that despite the recent violent insurgency, the good people of North Tongu are not intimidated and are determined to actively participate in the Ghanaian democratic experiment” he added.

The former deputy Minister further held that, as he made clear in his remarks, they are resolved to remain loyal to the Ghanaian nation state as they deepen their contributions in perfecting this union.

In his conclusion remarks he said “I pledge by the Grace of God to continue to serve my people with distinction and be a worthy representative who puts the needs and objectives of the collective above any parochial or personal interest.”

By: Talks Africa Media



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