Nana Yaw Boadu unveils vision for Asunafo North Constituency development
Nana Yaw Boadu unveils vision for Asunafo North Constituency development

Nana Yaw Boadu unveils vision for Asunafo North Constituency development

Nana Yaw Boadu, an aspiring Parliamentary Candidate (PC) eyeing the Asunafo North constituency on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party in the Ahafo Region, has outlined a comprehensive vision for the development of the area.

In a recent interview with journalists, Nana Yaw Boadu, who currently serves as a Presidential Staffer, shared his primary goal of empowering the youth in the constituency. His vision revolves around fostering hope and progress through targeted initiatives.

Boadu expressed his commitment to supporting financially challenged but academically promising students, ensuring they have access to quality education. Moreover, he plans to extend this commitment to business-minded individuals by providing skills training and capital to fuel entrepreneurship within the constituency.

A notable aspect of Boadu's vision is the institution of a scholarship scheme aimed at enabling students to study abroad, offering a global perspective on education. He emphasized the importance of exposure and diverse experiences for the youth.

The aspiring PC shed light on his well-received initiative called "The Youth Greener Pastures," designed to facilitate young people from the constituency to work in Europe and America. Already, five young individuals are set to travel to Belgium, France, and Finland in December 2023 through this initiative.

Boadu pledged that, if elected, at least 25 young individuals from the constituency would benefit annually from the "Youth Greener Pastures" initiative.

Highlighting his strong relationships with people in authority and lobbying skills, Boadu sees these as essential tools to bring development to the Asunafo North constituency.

In addressing modern-day politics, Boadu stressed that it goes beyond mere tenure or being a first-timer; rather, it is about the ability to deliver tangible results to improve the living standards of constituents.

The PC hopeful noted that he has already demonstrated his commitment by assisting individuals in the constituency to gain admission to various training colleges and recruitment into the security services.

Boadu promised full support for infrastructure in education, health, and sanitation, and also committed to providing logistical support to farmers in the constituency.

With vast experience in human capital, Boadu intends to introduce an award scheme to motivate teachers in both public and private schools. He urged the support of delegates in the upcoming primaries, expressing his belief that his vision can only be realized if given the nod.

"I am ever ready to serve my people with hard work, integrity, unity, love, and respect," Boadu affirmed.

Profile of Nana Yaw Boadu

Born on September 6, 1978, in the heart of the Ahafo Region, Nana Yaw Boadu embarked on a remarkable journey marked by academic prowess and professional versatility.

Nana's educational voyage commenced at the Mim Timber Company (MTC) School in Mim, Ahafo Region, setting the foundation for his future endeavours. His secondary school years at Obuasi Secondary Technical School were distinguished by leadership, culminating in his appointment as the School's Senior Prefect.

Undeterred by challenges, Nana pursued higher education at Kumasi Polytechnic (now Kumasi Technical University), where he not only earned an HND in Mechanical Engineering but also assumed the role of the local GNUPS president. This dual role showcased his academic acumen and leadership skills.

Keen on further intellectual exploration, Nana continued his studies at the prestigious Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology (KNUST), graduating with a BSc in Mechanical Engineering. His educational journey was not confined to Ghana, as he enriched his understanding of global perspectives with a degree in International Business & Law from Illinois State University, USA.

Transitioning from academia to practical application, Nana garnered valuable experience at Obuasi Gold Mines, contributing his skills to the engineering sector. However, his passion for education led him to pursue a Postgraduate Diploma in Education from the University of Education, Winneba. Subsequently, he dedicated his efforts to the Ghana Education Service (GES) Office in Kukuom.

Currently, Nana Yaw Boadu works at the Office of the President, where his wealth of experience in engineering and education converges.

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