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Odi Ahenkan Kwame Yeboah to contest Akim Oda Parliamentary Seat as Independent Candidate

 

Odi Ahenkan Kwame Yeboah to contest Akim Oda Parliamentary Seat as Independent Candidate 

 

Renowned media personality and master of ceremony, Odi Ahenkan Kwame Yeboah has hinted at his intention of contesting the parliamentary seat in the Akim Oda as an independent candidate.

Some residents in the Akyem Oda Constituency have vowed to give Mr. Bright Odi Ahenkan Kwame Yeboah, who is popularly known as Aboozigi shot in parliament.

Stating his reasons why he has decided to contest as an independent candidate, Mr. Odi-Ahenkan said the constituents are the ones who are calling on him to contest.

He made this shocking news on his radio station Ahenkan 93.3 FM in Akim Aboabo on Sunday, 22nd of May 2022.

Mr. Bright Odi Ahenkan promised to provide better opportunities for the youth should he get the nod to be elected as the MP for the constituency.

”It is true, I am contesting as an independent candidate if God’s willing next general election, therefore I am pleading with the constituents to give me the opportunity to represent them in parliament in 2024 general election”, he said

According to him, Akim Oda constituency is suffering from a youth unemployment epidemic that must be tackled urgently.

Both NPP and NDC has failed to provide that youth with jobs, therefore that is my main focus.

 

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