In a political landscape often dominated by financial incentives, Nana Yaw Boadu, an aspirant for the Asunafo North NPP Parliamentary candidacy, has made headlines for adopting an unconventional approach.
In a recent interview on the Rejoice Amansan Ntie Morning Show with Yaw Omono Asamoah, Yaw Boadu proudly declared that he stands as the sole parliamentary candidate aspirant in Ghana who refrained from distributing money among delegates.
Instead, he chose to focus on showcasing his ideas, principles, and unwavering dedication to the constituency.
Nana Yaw Boadu expressed satisfaction with the outcome, underscoring that despite not resorting to the common practice of monetary inducements, he received considerable support from the delegates.
Opoku Bobie secured 639 votes, emerging victorious in the NPP parliamentary primaries for Asunafo North, with Nana Yaw Boadu receiving 248 votes, Afriyie-Anto 79 votes, and Asiedu Alfred (Nana Adu) securing 28 votes.
This bold move sets him apart in a political landscape where financial gestures often play a significant role in securing favor during primary elections.