Kwabre East (Ghana parliament constituency)

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Kwabre East
constituency
for the Parliament of Ghana
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District Kwabre East District
Region Ashanti Region of Ghana
Current constituency
Party New Patriotic Party
MP Kofi Frempong[1]

The 26-year old aspirant who unseated an incumbent MP, Henric David Yeboah that she should endeavour to bring all the other contestants together, tap their expertise and support in prosecuting a campaign that would hike the votes for the party.

Nana Akufo-Addo gave this advise to Mavis when she, together with her father, Nana Nkansah Boadu Ayeboafoh, the Chief of Agric Nzema in the Ashanti Region paid a courtesy call on him in his office in Accra.

They were at Nana Akufo-Addo’s Nima residence to inform him about the election of Mavis in the just ended NPP parliamentary primaries.

Nana Addo congratulated the aspirant for winning the primary and said that was just the beginning because the real race was the December 7, 2016 elections.

Nana Akufo-Addo told the young lady that the Afigya Kwabre East Constituency was very dear to the heart of the party, not only because it was in the party’s strong hold but also the fact that it was once held by Mr Victor Owusu, a pioneering member of the Busia-Dankwa-Dombo tradition.

He also charged the aspirant to take advantage of her young age to convince the young people in the constituency to realise the enormous benefits they stand to gain when they vote for the NPP which has the track record.

On her part, Mavis thanked the flag bearer for the words of advice and encouragement and announced that she had initiated moves to bring on board all the aspirants and their supporters to ensure that the party presented a united front to execute the 2016 campaign.

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