Miss Racheal F. Appoh also known as Nana Adwoa was born to Mr. Peter E. Appoh who was a Principal accountant at the Ghana Education Service, now retired and Mrs. Elizabeth Appoh a teacher and a business woman.
Nana Adwoa hails from Gomoa Aboso in the Gomoa Central District. Nana Adwoa is the third of five females. She was born on the 6th October, 1980. Nana Adwoa had her basic education at Boa-Amponsem Primary and Junior School at Dunkwaw-On-Offin, and had her Secondary Education at Nsaba Senior Secondary School all in the Central Region. She had her Tertiary education at Cape Coast Polytechnic and to Pentecost University where she obtained a degree in bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting option) in 2008.
Rachel Appoh is confident, honest, reliable, versatile and hardworking. She stands up for the truth and mostly protects the vulnerable when the need arises and has therefore won the admiration of all. Nana Adwoa believes in excellent communication skills and respect for the elderly people. Her leadership and public relation skill is an example to all. These competences have landed her to many top positions, awards and have won the affection of many people around her.
Her first job was a cashier at TAJ Investment Ltd. Then she rose to the position of chief cashier at Ramani Distribution Ltd. She became the Head of event and producer at One Day Production which is a movie industry.
She is an accountant by profession and worked with AngloGold Ashanti as a Cost Controller but currently working with KAMA Group of Companies (KAMA health Services) as an Internal Auditor. She has to her credibility many positions and awards due to her strong personality and selflessness. She was the deputy sports secretary for S.R.C in 2001 at Cape-Coast Polytechnic; she was the first women’s Commissioner for the S.R.C, the best Entrepreneurship student and also won the leadership award in 2008 all at Pentecost University College. (PUC).
Ms Rachel is a member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and represents the NDC as a parliamentary candidate of the newly created Gomoa Central Constituency of the Central Region. She is a member of the communication team of the NDC in the Central Region.
It was realized that, Gomoa Central Constituency is far behind development since 1992. The constituency though newly-created was under Gomoa East and has experienced five male MPs since 1992 but has still not brought any development to the people’s lives. It is time for the women in the constituency to pick up the challenge to intervene in such situation.
Ø I would want to provide a selfless leadership, and together with the Chiefs and people, NGOs, the Government, the District Assembly and well wishers both at home and abroad, marshal resources in all forms to establish viable economic activities to provide sustainable employment to the people especially the youth and women.
Ø I shall make sure to lobby with the banks and Micro finance to secure available loans and technical assistance for entrepreneurs for business setups or expansion
Ø I shall mobilize the people to subscribe to the NHIS to receive timely and available health care
Ø Under my leadership, I shall subsidize or lobby with agric ministry for agric materials/ inputs since the majority of the people are farmers.
Ø I shall give scholarships to five brilliant but needy female students each year from the MP Common Fund and would liaise with the District Assembly to enhance the number further to include male students in the secondary level.
Ø I shall do everything in my power as an MP to persuade parents to send every child of school going age to school and be retained until the completion of the basic education.
Ø I shall promote sporting activities and youth development programmes to ensure that the youth channel their energies into productive engagements.
Ø I shall instill a leadership of unity and togetherness among constituency executives, District Chief Executive, Chiefs and among the citizens
Ø Lastly, women are passionate, more accountable, easily assist people, less corrupt, manage resources carefully and turn to understand problems the more.
Source: Miss Rachel Florence Appoh - (NDC Parliamentary Candidate for Gomoa Central)
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