Campaigning as Parliamentary Candidate and an advocate for change in the Nadowli-Kaleo Constituency in the 2016 Elections, Mr. Botah who is also native of the constituency realized that meeting places and for that matter chairs to offer to visitors was a necessity that almost all polling stations lacked.
Many were those who requested of constituency executives aspirants to provide them with one or two of such chairs during their campaigns, this became a burden on those aspirants who eventually became executives and the subsequent reminders of same was increasingly becoming embarrassing to both the 2016 Parliamentary Candidate Hon Elvis Banoemuleng Botah and the constituency executives of the Nadowli kaleo constituency.
This informed the Deputy National Organiser’s decision to purchase and donate 800 plastic chairs to all polling stations to help ease their burden with regards to accommodating visitors whenever necessary.
Mr. Botah reiterated his commitment to the development of the constituency by taking their issues to the highest offices of the land to get it the needed attention. He cited the poor road network, the lack of potable water in the villages among others which he intends to make a priority as seeks to represent the people of Nadowli-Kaleo in parliament by winning their votes and confidence in the coming 2020 elections.
The polling station executives who received the chairs expressed their profound gratitude to Mr. Botah for the kind gesture, and called for more attention to be paid to the polling stations as they represent the roots of Ghana’s thriving democracy.
Mr. Botah’s enthusiasm and dynamism especially in political strategy and activities earned for him an enviable title; The Revolutionary Marshal with which he is affectionately called by his fans.
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