NPP Primaries: Fanteakwa South NPP Youth Organizer endorses Eric Amoako Twum

The Fanteakwa South Constituency Youth organizer of the New Patriotic Party, NPP, Samuel Yaw Martey, popularly known as Ronnybitches in a closed door meeting with one of the aspiring candidates of the constituency, Mr Eric Amoako Twum, secretly recorded his conversation with them in an attempt to deliberately forge untrue stories about him (Eric Amoako Twum) to make him unpopular to the constituency delegate.

Eric in his meeting with the Youth Organizer and some few others in the audio highlighted some motivation to them and why the need to vote for change, which the change should be him.

Eric Amoako Twum has been a pain in the neck as far as the upcoming Parliamentary Primaries are concerned, for the incumbent Member of Parliament, and the Youth Organizer, Samuel Yaw Martey is believed to be in the camp of the sitting MP, so he deliberately recorded the minutes of their meeting to be used as a bait against Eric Amoako Twum but the audio has rather turned to be an endorsement, doing more good than bad, as intended.

Eric Amoako Twum is on the number three spot on the Ballot paper

For more info, call Samuel Yaw Martey on 024363 8167

Or Mark Ofori (Cordinator, The Eric Factor) on 0560548777


May Day: Eric Amoako Twum congratulates all workers in the country

Congratulations to all workers in the country especially to workers in Fanteakwa South District Assembly whose input formed part of the country’s economic growth.

In the midst of these challenging times where the deadly global pandemic (COVID 19) halted the working force of the economy both the formal and informal sector for a period.

Yet our hard-working Ghanaians immensely contributed their part to the growth of the economy making it sustainable and relieve for all citizens.

Your input is recognized.

Long live Ghana.
Long live Fanteakwa South.


Mr Eric Amoako Twum.
Fanteakwa South NPP Parliamentary Candidate Aspirant.

Mr. Eric Amoako Twum donates relief items to Fanteakwa South District Assembly

Mr Eric Amoako Twum has donated items to the Fanteakwa south district assembly in the Eastern region to assist with the fight against COVID-19.

Ghana has, so far, recorded 1565 cases of COVID-19 and 11 deaths.

Mr Eric Amoako Twum donated packs of GIHOC alcohol-based hand sanitizers, quantities of awake bottle mineral waters, disposable tissues on Monday, 27 April 2020 to aid the staff at the district assembly and the health department of the fanteakwa south district as they go to the various communities to train and educate the citizenry.

Mr Eric Amoako Twum who is number 3 on the ballot paper for the upcoming special delegate conference of the NPP spoke to UTV where he encouraged citizen to observed all the safety precautions and measures that have been given out by the health experts to help control the spread of the Coronavirus.

The presentation was made by Mr Eric Amoako Twum and received by the District Chief Executive and the District Health.