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The Ejisu constituency, currently represented in parliament by John Ampontuah Kumah of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), a prominent figure in Ghanaian politics, is likely to see a new candidate in the person of Frank Naro.
Hon. Kumah, also Ghana’s Deputy Finance Minister, holds the parliamentary seat in this constituency, and Frank Naro’s decision to run as an independent candidate introduces a new dynamic to the political landscape.
In his announcement, Frank Naro expressed his commitment to the youth of Ghana and the constituents of Ejisu.
His slogan, “Arise Ghana Youth,” reflects his dedication to empowering the younger generation and contributing to the strengthening of the nation.
It also appears Naro’s vision extends beyond personal ambition, emphasizing a collective effort of all the people in his constituency to uplift the country.
This move by Frank Naro aligns him with a growing trend of entertainers venturing into politics. Notable figures such as John Dumelo, Kwame A Plus, Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin, and others have in the past few months taken the leap into seeking to enter into parliament, bringing a unique blend of charisma and public influence to the political sphere.