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Vice President Kwesi  Amissah-Arthur has called on the  people of Dome-Kwabenya  Constituency in the Greater Accra Region to reject the claims by the Member of Parliament for the area Adwoa Sarfo, that projects initiated  by government in her area was as a result of her intense lobbying.

The vice president noted that the Dome market together with the construction of asphalt roads and community day school in the area was as a result of government’s agenda to develop the area and not the role of Madam Adwoa Sarfo who plays insignificant role in the NDC’s agenda for development.

His visit to the Dome market brought activities to a standstill and Mr. Kwesi Amissah-Arthur inspected the some stores which were under construction to serve as sheds for the traders when completed.

He assured the traders that when the facilities were completed, they will be given the first option of acquiring and occupying them to do their business.

The Dome market is one of the biggest and busiest markets in the Dome-Kwabenya constituency and for years, successive political administrations have tried further enhance for trading purpose.

The visit by Vice President Amissah-Arthur was to introduce the NDC’s parliamentary candidate for Dome-Kwabenya, Nurudeen Mohammed to the traders.

The DCE for the area, Mr. John Kwao Sackey led the Vice President through the market amidst chants of “JM Toaso” from some traders who were expressing their joy over the positive developments taking in the market.


In an address to the traders, the vice president noted that development in the Dome market, explains why there is a need for President Mahama to continue with the good work he is doing for the country.

Visit to Chiefs

Vice President Amissah-Arthur also paid a courtesy calls on the chiefs of Dome and Haatso, Nii Kwao Obuabasa and Nii Sorgblah respectively. It was during the meeting with the chiefs that they both endorsed President Mahama and pleaded to government to ensure that there is peace during the December 7 polls.

Mini Rally

Vice President Amissah-Arthur ended his visit with a mini rally at the Haatso Yam market and called on the people to turn out in their numbers to vote massively for President Mahama and Nurudeen Mohammed. He described as false claims by the sitting NPP MP, Adwoa Safo that she lobbied for development projects in her constituency.

The Basare community presented a white dove to the Vice President to signify victory for President Mahama and NDC in the December 7 elections.
Source: Maxwell Okamafo Addo/ email: [email protected]

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