Ambitious, Jocelyn Andoh to unseat Duker, as NPP Parliamentary Candidate for Tarkwa Nsuaem
Bold, fierce but with a promising personalty, this young female politician plans to unseat the incumbent Member of Parliament for Tarkwa Nsuaem, George Mireku Duker, not just in the primaries but also forge an unprecedented political strategy to make the constituency a haven for the New Patriotic Party.
Her name; Joy Jocelyn Andoh, resonates with the political grassroot in the constituency. As a staunch member of the ruling party, and given her credentials in making an impact in the lives of people, Madam Jocelyn Andoh aspires to be the parliamentary candidate of the party in the Tarkwa Nsuaem Constituency.
She had cemented this political drive, with the filing of her nomination yesterday, at the party’s office. So far, she is the only female, and contender to the current parliamentary representative; George Mireku Duker.
Taking her consolation from the Good Book this is what she has to stay;
This is the day the Lord has made; We will rejoice and be glad in it. ( Psalm 118:24 ).
Madam Joy Jocelyn Andoh, CEO of Joy Foundation and a staunch member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has successfully filled her nomination forms yesterday at the Regional Office of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in Takoradi to contest for the upcoming parliamentary Primaries scheduled for April 2020 this year.
Madam Jocelyn Andoh shared with the media that her decision to contest in this primaries, stem from a personal conviction of servitude.
“I want to help create sustainable and dignified jobs opportunities for the teeming youth, build the right linkages to support and enhance the living standards of my people, whiles focusing on infrastructure development” she stated.
As a philanthropist, Madam Joy Jocelyn Andoh [who is CEO-Joy Foundation], she assured to leverage on partnerships with other developmental donors to support developments in areas of education, health and sanitation, economic empowerment, and other social support services for women and other marginalised groups.
She thus, implored delegates to support her bid, as bear witnesses to her deeds. She took the opportunity to admonish delegates and her supports to refrain from politics of insults and any other form of conduct that could mar the peace and harmony the party had enjoyed for years.
She believes with a united front, the party will be unmatched in the 2020 general elections.