Aspiring Member of Parliament for Abura Asebu Kwamankese constituency has been explaining the advantages she brings to the table when she becomes MP for the area.
Dr. Nana Ama Browne Klutse says she understand the peculiar difficulties of the people in the constituency and has the necessary leadership experience and knowledge to help alleviate the suffering of the people.
“Abura Asebu Kwamankese is one of the most deprived districts with poverty, teenage, health challenges, inadequate infrastructure”
She explained in an interview with rawgist.com’s Bernard Buachi that she has experiences on all levels to enable her handle the constituency’s challenges adequately.
“I have been playing leadership roles in Abura Asebu Kwamankese, nationally, within Africa and globally.”
She explains that she is easily approachable and has the people at heart and therefore asked the delegates to vote massively for her when the time comes.
She asserted that she has the necessary connections to make things happen and is also humble, respectful, and down to earth.
She stressed that she did not want people to vote for her just because she is a woman but because she has all the necessary attributes and qualifications and has also served the party in the constituency and beyond.
Dr Nana Ama Browne Klutse grew up in Nyanfeku Ekroful in Abura Asebu Kwamankese Constituency.
She has for sometime been carrying out education outreach programmes, advocacy for quality education, helping brilliant but needy pupils and students gain admissions and employment after their education.
Vision for constituency
She outlined her vision for the constituency saying she will ensure the welfare of the Constituency by “lobbying locally and internationally through my established connections and new ones”. She also revealed that she will brand the name of the constituency-AAK in order to promote development.
She hinted that the welfare of party branch executives will not be left out since they are the backbone of the party. She will find sustainable livelihoods for as many executives as she can.
“Women are the bread winners of most families. Women play a pivotal role in a family and therefore the livelihood of the community so taking care of their welfare is taking care of the welfare of the community. Women need to be well resourced to play their supportive role better. I will create avenues for women to gain financial security” she stressed.
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