Nana Aseidu Appiah Sponsored Inter Community Peace Gala At Adarkwa

An astute member of the NPP in Suhum by name, Nana Aseidu Appiah sponsored an inter community peace Gala at Adarkwa electoral area ahead of December polls.

The motive behind this gala is to foster peace through games and bring the communities together to preach the gospel of the NPP government led by H.E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

Six communities participated in the game. They included Otwe FC, Adarkwa FC, Kokponya FC, Kokobibiam FC, Ntunkum FC and Ntaabea FC.

At the end of the games, Adarkwa FC and Kokponya went to the finals and Adarkwa FC emerged winner through penalty kicks.

Speaking at the event was Mr. Emmanuel Opare, the Western Regional Monitoring and Evaluation Director of the Youth Employment Agency.

Mr Emmanuel Opare said, the NPP government has performed better in all sectors of the economy and pleaded with the people of Adarkwa electoral area to vote massively for Nana Akuffo Addo and Oboafo Kwadjo Asante.

Hon Frederick Ofosu, the Constituency Chairman schooled the constituents on major flagship programs been enrolled by the NPP government and its benefits to all citizenry like the Free SHS, LEAP, MASLOC, NABCO, restoration of teacher and nursing allowances, planting for food and jobs, One district one factory, one constituency one ambulance, payments of BECE registration fees, hot meal for students etc.

Nana Aseidu Appiah the sponsor of the game and a native of Adarkwa enlightened his people on the performance of the NPP government and pleaded with them to give another four more years to the NPP, Nana Akuffo Addo and Oboafo Kwadjo Asante come December 7.

He said a lot of projects will be enrolled to nurture talents and job opportunities to the people of Adarkwa and Suhum as a whole.

He thanked the organizers of the program.

Retiring his speech, he said, election 2020 is a must win for the NPP and charged the Youth to preach the good deeds of the NPP and encouraged all to come out and vote massively for Nana Akuffo Addo and Oboafo Kwadjo Asante.