The race for the Ayawaso-West Wougon seat will be arguably one of the most keenly contested parliamentary seats in the forthcoming December election.
Meet Richard M. Amegatse, the learned young politician looking to bring Rent Control, Sustainable Development, End Legal inconsistencies and do so much more for the constituency.
With a quite impressive CV that includes multiple degrees in Petroleum Engineering, Nuclear Science, Finance and Environmental Development; Richard believes his broad background gives him an eagle-eyed perspective on being an excellent representative for the suburb.
Ghana’s housing problems are very well documented. The high cost of rent is one of the menaces of our society that affects people from all walks of life-denying them a very basic existential need. Richard Amegashie believes his Rent Control policy could be the key to brighter days if his constituents would give him the mandate.
“I believe the time is now for robust and inclusive measures to tackle our housing crisis” Richard on his plans to introduce a Rent Control policy that favours all and sundry.
The young politician who has previously worked as a Quality Assurance/Marketing Manager in the Supply Chain Industry, as well as an Executive Secretary, is counting on the votes of the public to help him bring his great initiatives to fruition in his quest to make Ghana a better place to live.
“I am a man of my word. This I have shown throughout my professional and political career. I hope my people will give me the opportunity to bring development like never seen before to the well-deserving citizens of the Ayawaso West constituency” – Richard Amegashie on his plans if voted to serve his country.