Hon Ama Pomaa Boateng, MP for Juaben Constituency and Deputy Minister for Communications and Digitalisation
Ama Pomaa Boateng, incumbent Member of Parliament (MP) for Juaben Constituency is attempting a 4th term in Parliament as she seeks to do same on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
The MP, who doubles as the Deputy Minister for Communications and Digitalisation would however get the opportunity to do so after the January 27th internal primary in Juaben as he faces one Francis Owusu Akyaw in the upcoming contest.
Picking the number two on the ballot during the party’s vetting process, Hon Pomaa told this reporter that her 4th term is possible since her placement on the ballot signifies a victory ordained by God.
“A 4th term is possible and for me my confidence is in the work i have done in Juaben for the past 11 years which is visible for all to see in the communities”, the MP stated with a smile.
Hon Pomaa who is widely and internationally noted for her Girls in ICT Project and humanitarian activities across Ghana, said her plan is to tour all the electoral areas and communities of Juaben and remind them about her footprints.
These footprints, she noted are projects and programmes she has initiated, implemented with some completed in the various electoral areas.
The MP who was upbeat about her chances noted that she had lived and dwelt well with the people of her hometown and is confident that they would reward her for delivering quality and human centered leadership.
“I am confident that the good people of Juaben through the NPP delegates would reward me on 27th January with a 4th term mandate to represent them as candidate for the 2024 parliamentary election”, the MP posited.
The MP said all projects that are yet to be completed would be pursued to enable the people to enjoy from same.
Currently, she said the Achiase Technical School project that was dear to the heart of the Chiefs and People is near operational status.
Noted for getting some of the youth into government sectors including the security services and civil service, Hon Pomaa said she would continue to look for avenues for the youth so they could become useful and helpful to the Juaben community.
“My idea as MP is to use the good influences i have to better the lot of the people i lead and if i can help raise one person from each of the homes in Juaben to become resourceful or attain a high status in life we can have a prosperous Juaben in no time”, the MP stressed.
Source: Ghana/otecfmghana.com/Michael Ofosu-Afriyie, Kumasi.