Ghanaian electorate advised to vote for development-orientated people
The Omanhen of Anomabu Traditional Area, Kantamanto Amoono XI has advised the electorate to see the December general elections as a developmental issue and vote for development orientated people and not those who make loud noises.
“We need developments, people who can improve our condition of living and not people who can insult and make the loudest noise,” the Omanhen gave the advise when the Central Regional Deputy Minister, Mr Aquinas Tawia Quansah paid a courtesy call on him at his palace at Anomabu.
Mr Quansah, who is also the Member of Parliament for Mfantseman West, was on a tour of some fishing communities to discuss some pertinent issues affecting the fishing industry.
Kantamanto Amonoo said Ghanaians needed peace, which was a prerequisite for development and expressed concern about how some politicians see insults as part of the democracy, in their bid to win elections.
He advised the electorate to reject politicians, who insult their opponents, which goes a long way to divide the nation on party lines.
At a meeting with the fishermen, Mr Quansah appealed to them to help the government to enforce the laws on fishing, by exposing their colleagues, who engaged in unapproved fishing methods.
The tour took the Deputy Minister and his entourage to Ekumpoano and Immuna.