Aspiring Member of Parliament for Suame Constituency Yaw Brogya Genfi has announced that he is ready and willing to support 20 pupils who excel in the BECE within the Suame Constituency with admission fees to their chosen schools.
The NDC Candidate explains that by the time the BECE is over and the admissions are due for Senior High Schools, he would still be an aspiring MP. He however wants to contribute his widow’s might even without entering the legislative house. “10 deserving pupils from the public schools and 10 from private schools”, he explained.
Yaw Brogya Genfi made the announcement when he went round Junior High Schools in his constituency to distribute over 4000 mathematical sets, pencils and pens to 76 schools.
The gesture, he explains is to help BECE candidates with the materials and also encourage them to study and pass well so that schools within the Suame constituency turn out as the most performing schools during the BECE and also as a means of securing the future of the candidates.
He also took the opportunity to hold discussions with the authorities of the various schools to find out firsthand some of the challenges encountered by the schools. General challenges included truancy, inadequate study materials and encroachment by artisans who disturb teaching and learning activities.
Whiles still aspiring for a seat in Parliament, Yaw Brogya Genfi has already successfully lobbied for a road in the Kronom Kwapra electoral area which is currently under construction. He has also brought in machines to de-silt drains in the Breman West electoral where there used to be constant flooding during the rainy seasons. He has also embarked on a sports promotion drive that has seen the youth playing in a local football league within the constituency. He explains that scouts have been arranged to visit and recruit footballing talents for the national stage and possibly international soccer stage.
He called on all within the constituency to support him and pray for him to become MP so that Suame will see unprecedented development.