Inspector General of Police evaluates Assin North By-Election security. Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, the IGP, is in Assin North to evaluate the level of security preparedness for the forthcoming by-election.
Inspector General of Police evaluates Assin North By-Election security.
During his visit, the IGP will engage in discussions with representatives from different political parties.
Campaigning by Political Parties
The political parties have been actively campaigning to ensure the victory of their respective candidates in the by-election.
President’s Advice to Constituents
Prior to the by-election, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo advised the constituents of Assin North not to vote for a candidate currently undergoing trial in court.
Emphasis on Development and Collaboration
In a gathering on June 25, President Akufo-Addo emphasized the importance of selecting a candidate without ongoing legal issues to promote the desired development in the constituency. He highlighted the need for a candidate who can collaborate with him to strategize and foster the constituency’s growth.
Response from Former President Mahama
Former President John Dramani Mahama responded by pointing out that the situations surrounding Adamu Sakande, the late Bawku Member of Parliament, and James Gyakye Quayson, the deposed Assin North lawmaker, who are facing trial for false declaration of office and perjury, should not be misrepresented to mislead the people of Assin North. He addressed this at a gathering in the constituency on June 25.
As part of his visit, the IGP will be holding meetings with representatives from various political parties in the region.
Active Campaigning by Political Parties
The political parties involved in the by-election have been actively campaigning to secure victory for their respective candidates.
President’s Advice to Assin North Constituents
Ahead of the by-election, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo offered advice to the constituents of Assin North. He urged