Mr. Samuel Adongo, the NDC Parliamentary Candidate for New Juaben North Constituency in the Eastern Region of Ghana, emphasizes that the upcoming election is not about party politics but human development. Determined to change the narrative, he asserts, “I am poised to change the narrative.”

Accompanied by the National Women’s Wing campaign team, led by Abigail Elorm Akwambia Mensah, Deputy National Women’s Organizer, Sheila Naana Ampem, the Eastern Regional Women’s Organizer, and other constituency executives, Adongo embarked on a door-to-door campaign. Their national campaign message, “24-hour economy: more jobs, more money for the youth (‘Obiaa bɛ didi’),” resonated throughout the community.

The campaign reached various locations including Savior Church at Akwaadum village, Jumapo Market, and engaged with commercial drivers, artisans, seamstresses, fashion designers, and other groups at Asokore Zongo and the Salvation Army forecourt.

During his engagements, Mr. Adongo highlighted the need for a change in the constituency’s leadership, urging residents to vote for him instead of the NPP, which has consistently held the seat. He pointed out the lack of development in the constituency, especially in terms of road networks and infrastructure, despite it being one of the smallest constituencies in the nation.

He further discussed former President John Dramani Mahama’s 24-hour economy plan, emphasizing that it would create more jobs and increase income for the youth. Addressing public concerns about the potential cancellation of Free Senior High Education, Adongo reassured that Mahama aims to improve, not cancel, the program, dismissing the claims as NPP propaganda.

To reinforce his message, Adongo personally distributed posters and flyers, ensuring visibility in public spaces and homes throughout the constituency.

Source: Nana Kwame George (Snr Freelance Journalist E/R)