Hon. Sticker is targeting youth education and employment as a matter of priority in his bid to represent the party in the December 7, polls.
In an interview with Lovin Cee on SilverFM's political program dubbed 'Ghana Ho Nkomo' he indicated setting up Education and Skill Acquisition Fund [ESAF] to aid the youth in formal education,skill acquisition and employment.
''My main priority is how to make the youth in the community gain education,get employed and I hope to eradicate the bane of drug abuse which is becoming in our society....a society without authority, where children are educated and gainfully employed or skilled suffers''
''How we can take Nhyiaeso forward, it’s in my best interest, I think I can do that and so I would tackle the problem of insecurity..I am looking at setting up a security fund to assist a committee which will be created by myself to augment the services of Security Agencies at Ridge, Atasemanso , Sofoline and to link Central Police''
''The Constituency is a business community which can boast itself with a number of sub banks or branches like Stanbic, Barclays, StanChart, Prudential Bank...Other telcos like MTN, Airtel Tigo and also big pharmaceutical company Ernest Chemist''
''I also intend to set up a well-fare to support polling station executives''
Mr Amoah assured his constituents of above responsibilities apart from his official parliamentary duties.
Asked how he could help in road infrastructure in Nhyiaeso constituency, Sticker stressed that: “If one could remember during the President's media encounter in late 2019, he tagged the year 2020 as the “Year of Roads” for which inner and outer roads of Kumasi benefited a huge amount of the budget, I assure you in my bid to represent the party in the December 7, polls and in Parliament I will see a way to that believing by the grace of God''
Mark F. / Silveronline24 / SilverFM / Ghana