A native in the Shama District who double as a legislature and Parliamentary candidate for the New Patriotic Party in Shama Constituency of the western region with humility has urged Fisher-folks to report any illegalities on premix fuel and fishing vessel outboard motors that may be executed by landing beach or premix fuel committees.
The New Patriotic Party’s Parliamentary candidate for the upcoming December 7th polls in Shama constituency, Hon. Lawyer Samuel Erickson Abakah made this statement when he led the Chief Executive Officer of State Enterprise Commission, Hon. Stephen Asamoah Boateng to the coastal communities within the Shama District of the western region.
The purpose of the visit was to engaged on healthy discussion and address issues affecting Fisher-folks at the various landing beaches in Shama constituency.
Meanwhile expressing their dissatisfaction to the western regional correspondent for VISION1 FM and GLOBE TV, Benjamin Bray, the Fisher-folks stated, there are numerous instances that they have been treated unfairly on fishing activities as premix fuel and outboard motors supposed to have been given to the genuine fishermen are being diverted to non-fishermen without any fishing vessel in the Shama District.
Hon. Samuel Erickson Abakah expressed his gratitude to the CEO of State Enterprise Commission for honoured their invitation to embarked on such tour in the Shama constituency.
Meanwhile Hon. Asamoah Boateng in his brief address urged Shama constituents to vote massively for Hon. Lawyer Samuel Erickson Abakah and Nana Addo Danqwah Akufo-Addo in the upcoming December 7th polls of which he will support both for development as fishing activities are concerned.
They were accompanied by Shama New Patriotic Party constituency executives and 2020 campaign team members where they visited “Apatase” coastal communities including Aboadze, Abuesi and Shama.
Filed By: Benjamin Bray – Vision1 Fm/Globe TV