Aspiring Assembly man in Manso Abodom electoral Area who doubles as the broadcast journalist, Mr. Mark Asamoah also known as Omono Asamoah has outlined vision to transform the lives of the people in his area. According to him leadership is all about serving your people and for that matter he is going to work hard to improve the lives of the people in his catchment area. Speaking to his people at the delivering of his manifesto to the electorates in Manso Abodom Electoral Area, Mr. Mark Asamoah stated that one of the biggest challenge facing his people is extension of electricity throughout all the three communities in his area and for that matter he is going to work hard with the district assembly for them to assist his community with electricity poles to avoid light electrocutions towards his people whenever there is heavy raining.
He added that erosion and bad road network are all the major problem affecting the development of all the communities which he said he will partner with the unit committee to organize communal labour every month in all the various communities to deal with the erosion and bad road network in the area. Education they say is a key to national development which he said he will partner with the communities to raise financial supports to cater for school feeding program to some of the schools that are not enjoy school feeding program to his people.
Aspiring Assembly man cum broadcast also added that heavy bridge which connect over 4 communities also need urgent attention which he promised to work with the stakeholders to ensure the problem is fixed once and for all to enhance free movement of vehicles to all the communities. Mr. Mark Asamoah who is known as the husband of widows(Akunafuo Kunu) in his community also stated that agriculture is the backbone of every community which he said farmers will receive training from agric officers for them to overcome challenges facing the farmers in their farms. He therefore also appeal to his people to vote massively for him to become the assembly man for his area.