An aspiring Assembly member for the Dwenho Electoral Area in the Agona West Constituency, Isaac Danquah has called for the depoliticization of local governance elections to enable Assembly members to work effectively to ensure adequate improvement in their respective areas.
According to him, the involvement of politics in Assembly elections does not augur well, as it turns to limit the developmental projects of a member who does not belong to the party in power. Speaking to Ghananews247.com about his ambitions, Isaac Danquah hinted that his vision is to help promote education among children in the electoral area, and also improve sanitation when voted as an Assembly member.
He said to be able to achieve this vision, he would organize free classes for school children in the area and also mobilize the people to undertake clean-up exercises every month. Dwenho is well-noted for youth delinquency in Agona Swedru, a problem the aspiring Assembly member also promised to tackle when voted into power.
By Robert Ayanful