Samuel Awuah Dankwa, one of the aspiring candidates vying to become the Parliamentary Candidate for the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) in Atiwa West has successfully gone through vetting and has been considered the surest best for the party in that constituency.
He however picked number 2 on the parliamentary primary ballot and indicated his readiness to rescue the constituency and make it better for the people.
Speaking to majority of supporters and delegates, they indicated that they have confidence in Samuel Awuah Dankwa and are ready to vote for him to lead the party in the constituency.
According to them, they are fully behind Samuel Awuah Dankwa and have endorsed him already as the ideal candidate to replace Amoako Attah as the Member of Parliament for Atiwa West in the upcoming NPP primaries, even before the vetting.
In an interview after the vetting, Samuel Awuah Dankwa described his support for the constituents and constituency unmatched and noted that he has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to the NPP party during the 2020 and previous elections in the area.
Samuel Awuah Dankwa highlighted his significant leadership contributions before, during, and after the 2020 General Election.
According to him, he actively supported the party during its registration exercise, providing crucial resources such as financial aid, sound systems, brand-new vehicles, food, and organizing youth groups, among other things.
Throughout the campaign period, he remained steadfastly involved, tirelessly moving from house to house to campaign and offering substantial resources.
Understanding the importance of accountability to the people, especially in the “year of roads,” he and the constituency’s youth and executives engaged with constituents, even braving the rain to inform them about the government’s accomplishments.
Mr. Samuel Awuah Dankwa has proven himself to be a dedicated and resourceful supporter of the NPP party, actively contributing to its success during elections and working tirelessly for the betterment of the Atiwa West Constituency.
He then appealed to the delegates to vote for him as Atiwa west parliamentary candidate.