- Mpraeso MP, Davis Opoku Ansah, has narrated that he was a national service person in parliament in 2009
- Prior to 2009, the MP indicated he was part of a mock parliament that was set up as part of the Ghana @ 50 celebrations
- Along with his powerful narration, the MP encouraged the youth to persevere and follow their passion as greatness lies just ahead
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Member of Parliament for the Mpraeso Constituency, Davis Opoku Ansah, is back in parliament in 2021 after serving as a national service personnel in 2009.
In a post that was made by the MP on his LinkedIn timeline, he indicated that before 2007, he was in Parliament as a member of the first National Mock Parliament as part of the Ghana @ 50 celebrations.
Davis Opoku Ansah's full narration made it seem as though he was destined to become a member of parliament right from the beginning of time.
The Member of Parliament stood on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party in the December 7, 2020, parliamentary election and won with 25,064 votes, representing 73.56%.
His only contender was the National Democratic Congress' Muhayadeen Adam Kaleem who garnered 9,010 votes which represented 26.44% of total votes cast.
In his excitement, the Davis Opoku Ansah concluded his statement in the words:
In 2021, I am back in Parliament as a Member of the 8th Parliament of the 4th Republic. My message this morning to you is to persevere and follow your passion. If you don't love what you do, you won't do it with much conviction or passion.
In an equally compelling report by YEN.com.gh, the 2020 Presbyterian Boys' Secondary School (Presec) stars of the National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ), Isaac Gyamfi and Daniel Gakpetor have been admitted at the prestigious Ashesi University in Ghana.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of Ashesi University, the school indicated that both students have been offered engineering programs.
Interestingly, it is reported that students from Presec, Legon have taken up a whopping seven per cent of all the freshmen who were enrolled in the school for the 2024 year group.
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