2020 elections: My good works will speak for me in Tarkwa – Joy Joycelyn

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The independent parliamentary candidate for Tarkwa Nsuaem in the Western Region, Ms Joy Jocelyn Andoh, says her support for the people of Tarkwa Nsuaem will determine her fate in the December 7, 2020, polls.

Speaking on the ‘Anɔpa Bɔfoɔ’ morning show on Angel FM Thursday, she said “Even without any position as an MCE or MP, I have been able to help the people of Tarkwa Nsuaem from 2015 till date especially children, ladies, orphans, widow and the aged in soo many ways so they trust me.”

With her slogan ‘power to do more’, Ms Andoh believes the constituents of Tarkwa Nsuaem would rally behind and push her into Parliament to continue with the good works she has already started.

She added “the people of Tarkwa are ready for a change. They need a truthful leader who

would bring development to Tarkwa that is why they have decided to rally behind me.”

Debunking rumours by the current MP for Tarkwa-Nsuaem Constituency, George Mireku Duker, about her failure to identify NPP executives, Joy Jocelyn stated that “If the party wants a representation in Parliament, they would want to know how knowledgeable you are even in terms of the constituency’s management and not your ability to recognise names of party executives.”

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