Leaders of the Muslim community in the Birim Central Municipality – Akim Oda led by the Zongo Chief Alhaji Suleman Adamu, accompanied by Sub Zongo Chiefs and Chief Imams of all Zongo Camps, Assembly members, Delegates and opinion leaders in Zongo Communities paid a courtesy call on Mr Alexander Akwasi Acquah, the newly elected Parliamentary Candidate for NPP in the Akim Oda Constituency at his residence.
The chiefs congratulated the newly elected Parliamentary Candidate for NPP and expressed their gratitude to Mr Acquah for supporting the Muslim Community in diverse ways.
They added that the entire Zongo Community were not able to hide their Joy and excitement when they heard Mr Acquah had won the elections, counting on the benefits the community will gain should he represent the Constituency in Parliament.
They expressed the hope that the Muslim community and Zongos in the municipality will receive more development from Mr Acquah in concert with the Presidents visions and policies. *#4MoretoDoMore*
Touching on their Visit, Mr. Alexander Akwasi Acquah thanked the chiefs for their unflinching support and prayers before, during and even after the elections and promise them He will never disappoint the people in Akim Oda Constituency when Voted as the next Member of Parliament. He pleaded to the chiefs and the Muslim community to go out and Register to be able to Vote in the December Election.
I want your Votes, Akim Oda needs your Vote, Please be inform my good brothers and sisters to go out and Register, I am confident the Over 80% votes for the President and myself is achievable We must wear our Nose masks and adhere to all Covid-19 protocols when we Visit all registration centres he added.
This meeting happened just after a successful touring of two (2) electoral areas where the EC began the Phase 1 Registration Centres in Akim Oda Constituency. (Aboabo & Gyadam).
Mr. Akwasi Acquah joined the Birim Central Municipal Chief Executive Hon. Victoria Adu and the Municipal Security Council as they toured all polling stations in the two electoral areas to ascertain all information emanated from registration centres.