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Kintampo North MP Kwasi Etu-Bonde Ranked 2nd Best Performing MP In Bono East Region

The Member of Parliament (MP) for the Kintampo North Constituency, Kwasi Etu-Bonde has been ranked as the 40th Best Performing MP out of 275 Member of Parliaments in Ghana, Second best in Bono East and First Best among the 6 NDC MPs in the Bono East Region per a research conducted by the Department of Political Science School of Social Sciences in collaboration with Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.

The study was conducted on the 275 constituencies by basing their reports on 100 persons from each of the constituencies, hence, 27,500 people were interviewed in all.

Based on the report, led by Dr. Isaac Owusu Mensah, a Senior Lecturer at the Political Science Department, UG, the Member of Parliament Hon Kwasi Etu-Bonde will be elected as MP for the Kintampo North constituency again if elections are held today.

Hon Kwasi Etu-Bonde made his first appearance in the Parliament of Ghana during the last General Elections in 2016.

Reports gathered is that, the honorable MP Etu-Bonde has been able to mobilised funds from all quarters to implement so many projects that can sustain and improve the lives of his Constituents. He’s revived the spirit of Agricultural in Kintampo North and its environs, which has encouraged alot of the youth to enter into farming and businesses relating to Agricultural.

As an Agriculturalist himself, Hon Kwasi Etu-Bonde has large farms in his constituency including mangos, oranges, cashews, tic trees, cassava and yam farms among others just to motivate his people to utilize all the opportunities available to them.

It was also revealed that 49.5% of Ghanaians would not vote for the incumbent MPs while 42.6% were likely to vote for the incumbent MPs.

However, 7.9% were undecided when questioned if they would vote for the incumbent MP.

Findings of the study were jointly presented on Monday in Accra by Dr. Isaac Owusu-Mensah and Mr. Kaakyire Frempong, both Senior Lecturers at the Political Science Department of the University of Ghana.

Written: Stephen Kenneth Nakujah

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