Former NDC parliamentary aspirant for Amasaman Constituency, Sam Atsu Forson, has stretched his aiding wings by lending financial support to the ongoing limited voter registration in Amasaman Constituency.
In a very heartwarming demonstration of solidarity, Sam Atsu Forson extended his financial support to the Amasaman Constituency for a smooth run of the limited voter registration.
According to him, this is a thoughtful gesture of commitment to alleviating the financial burden that may be incurred by the potential voters in the constituency during these economic challenges the country is experiencing.
Mr. Forson’s substantial contribution is expected to fertile the grounds and provide a significant relief so that the majority of those who have turned 18 years of age and older can register without rancor.
The politician underscored the essence of solidarity and his unflinching support within the NDC as the umbrella fraternity prepared adequately to take the Amasaman seat back.
This move reflects a shared commitment to ensuring that the limited voter registration process runs smoothly and efficiently as possible, thus paving the way for eligible potential voters to register and exercise their civic rights in the democratic process of the country.
Mr. Forson’s financial assistance not only eases the financial incapability but also demonstrates the unity, togetherness, and collaboration that are paramount to the success of the Amasaman Constituency for the party to take back the seat in 2024.
Mr. Forson, after generously donating an amount of Gh¢ 5,000, also promised to provide assorted drinks, bottle water, and food to assist the party in the ongoing limited voter registration exercise.
Story by Lawrence Odoom