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2024 polls: NPP PC pledges to innovate farming

2024 polls: NPP PC pledges to innovate farming

In a move to transform agriculture in the Central Tongu constituency, Godwin Casola Ayikpa, the NPP’s parliamentary candidate, has promised to implement technological advancements in farming practices if elected in the upcoming 2024 Parliamentary and Presidential elections.

During a recent event where Ayikpa was donating supplies to schools and hospitals in the Constituency, he emphasized the importance of adopting modern agricultural methods to maximize the productivity of the fertile land in the area. Ayikpa revealed his plans to create agricultural apps designed to help local farmers overcome challenges, showing a commitment to innovation and efficiency in the sector.

Speaking passionately about his vision for the constituency, Ayikpa called on the community to support his candidacy, assuring them of significant changes if he is elected to represent them in parliament.

In addition to focusing on agricultural innovation, Ayikpa’s team also visited the Adidome Government Hospital to donate essential items and discuss plans to enhance facilities for expectant mothers and visitors. The hospital administrator, Elizabeth Azumah, expressed gratitude for the support and requested further assistance in addressing infrastructure deficiencies.

Ayikpa’s efforts extended to the education sector, with donations of school supplies to primary schools in the area to improve the teaching and learning environment. He also visited the International Need Vocational Training School to introduce himself and seek support from students for the upcoming elections.

As Ayikpa continues to engage with constituents and outline his plans for Central Tongu, his dedication to agricultural innovation and community development remains a key focus of his campaign.

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