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Kwadwo Baah Agyemang Supports Physically Challenged Persons With Wheel Chairs

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Aspiring Parliamentary candidate for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Asante Akyem North, Kwadwo Baah Agyemang has presented brand new wheel chairs to some aged persons in the constituency. 

The gesture is to enable the physically challenge persons go about their duties in a mobile manner.

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At brief presentations at three separate communities including Agogo Obuasi, Hwidiem and Agogo Russia all within the Asante Akyem Constituency, the aspiring MP encouraged the beneficiaries not to give up hope but trust God for sustenance.

Hon Baah Agyemang in addition to the presentation of the wheel chairs promised to assist 70 year old Yaa Boatemaa with a steel made Kiosk so she can sell some provisions in same.

45 year old Yaw Agyei, a shoe maker would also get a cash amount of GhC 2000.00 to expand his shoe making business.


Speaking to this reporter with excitement,  Maame Yaa Boatemaa blessed Mr Baah Agyemang for the assistance.

“Previously due to my incapacity I struggled to move around and so i am happy that my son Kwadwo Baah has shown me mercy with this wheel chair and with a promise to provide me with a provision store so that i can do some business in same”, an elated Maame Yaa Boatemaa stated.

On his part, Yaw Agyei thanked Kwadwo Baah Agyemang for the gesture and prayed that the former MP and current CEO of the Ghana Digital Centers Limited win the upcoming NPP primaries so he can be of help to the entire constituency.

“Today i feel like God himself has visited me through Hon Kwadwo Baah Agyemang and i know just as he has provided me with the wheel chair and a promise of GHC 2000.00 to aid me in my work he too wins the NPP primaries so that he could be of help to all in this constituency”, Yaw Agyei tearfully remarked.


Speaking briefly to this reporter,  Kwadwo Baah Agyemang said he becomes fulfilled anytime he is able to help others.

He said nothing gladdens his heart than seeing people smile, adding that his daily prayer has been that God enables him to be a channel of his blessings.

“I know where God picked me from and so I have promised God that I will support others to do well even if I have to give all I have away. Seeing the joy of these physically challenged people when they got the wheel chairs makes me happy”, the NPP MP aspirant noted.

Story By Michael Ofosu-Afriyie,


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