It Will Be Useless To Keep Me Here Without Bringing Bawumia, So Let’s Work Together Diligently, Asokwa MP Said The People.

Patricia Appiah Agyei, a member of parliament for the Ashanti region’s Asokwa seat, has asked her constituents to put aside their disagreements and put in a lot of effort to keep the NPP in office.

She believed that gaining power should be an endeavor to make sure that success becomes two coins of the same side. The best thing the NPP can do, according to her, to ensure safety is to ensure that a large number of people vote for the party’s presidential candidate, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, and that the majority of the party’s candidates, including herself, get elected to parliament.

The Member of Parliament praised the Asokwa constituents for their tremendous support and diligence, saying that complacency ought to be the last thing they do.
“Until we complete our objective, we are not required to sleep. There is more to breaking the eight than one guy can do. Together, let’s take this route and combat it. She chastised.

During a health walk sponsored by the NPP’s Asokwa Constituency, Mrs. Appiah Agyei made this statement. In addition to maintaining members’ health, the walk sought to bring them back together via forgiveness.

Overwhelmed by the large number of supporters, Mad. Patricia Appiah Agyei also expressed gratitude to her rivals for their maturity in quickly uniting throughout the primary.

“I want to express my gratitude to everyone for their overwhelming support and smooth reconciliation. We’ve never seen a reconciliation happen this quickly, which clearly demonstrates the political maturity of the Asokwa NPP. I also want to express my gratitude to my fellow candidates for their swift resurgence during the primaries. Says she.

At last, she pleaded with them to join the recently launched house-to-house campaign.

In the meantime, hundreds of Asokwa NPP supporters, including every constituency executive, flocked to participate in the Sunday morning walk in an effort to rekindle the party.

Some significant regional executives were also present at the intriguing event, including Raphael Sarfo Patrick, a youth organizer, and Francis Adomako, also known as François.

Hajia Zainab Sallow, the regional treasurer, and Victoria Owusu Achiaw, the regional second vice chairperson, were among the others.

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