Remain Resolute In These Hard Times -Adwoa Safo
The Member of Parliament (MP) for Dome/Kwabenya Sarah Adwoa Safo has admonished Ghanaians not to rest on their oars, but rather remain resolute, and work harder for a prosperous future, since all was not yet lost.
The newly-elected Member of Parliament noted that even though the current economic situation spells that of a gloomy picture, Ghanaians must not throw their hands up in despair, but rather galvanise confidence and work harder, praying that God would bestow some blessing on the nation.
Adwoa Safo, who was delivering her maiden address as MP for the Dome/Kwabenya Constituency to commemorate the 56th Independence Day celebrations at the Dome Park, told the gathering that it was clear that times were very hard for Ghanaians, because whereas people were struggling to make ends meet, they had also been overburdened with erratic power supply, non-availability and shortage of water, and above all, the recent fuel price hikes.
Continuing, she stressed: “If Ghana will be the Ghana that we all dream and hope for, then we all have a role to play in contributing our quota to national development.”
Adwoa Safo also used the occasion to congratulate the gallant school children who boldly displayed courage in putting up an excellent performance during the parade.
She asked all parents to take particular interest in raising their children to take up the mantle of leadership in the near future.
The young lawyer, whilst praising the Dome market women who had put up a sparkling performance during the parade, also asked them to ensure that there was always food on the table at home, and asked the traditional leaders at the gathering to continue to lend their support to the growth and the development agenda for the constituency.
The MP, as her widow’s mite contribution to the event, donated ten cartons of drinks, five boxes of biscuits, and five packs of snacks and chips to the organisers.
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