Businessman and independent candidate contesting the Ketu South constituency elections has said that he believes in youth empowerment and grassroots revival . Jim Yao Morti who is fondly called the game changer says he believes in teaching people how to fish rather than always giving them fish to eat.
According to him people must be wary of politicians who only believe in spoon-feeding the electorate since this has the tendency of killing the talents in the you .
Jim Yao Morti in an interview with Agboo fm ‘s Hebrews Pouyeli bemoaned the current leadership style in the Ketu South constituency saying that the current leaders after being put at the top by electorate now tend to lord it over them as if the people of the constituency were beggars adding that leadership should not be about intimidation but rather empowerment .
“Here in Ketu South we have a leader who tries to lord it over the electorates . How can a leader tell his followers to see him on billboards and postern when the electorate needed you most” he quizzed.
He says the time has come to vote for the Game changer in order for Ketu South constituency to experience the change that they have been waiting for.
In a related development Jim Yao Morti during his campaign tour of the constituency has been making donations to institutions and electoral areas. He donated two (2) air conditioners to the Denu Police station ,assorted health materials to the Ketu South Municipal Hospital , foot ball jerseys to 20 different football clubs in the constituency aside the numerous projects he’s been undertaking since nurturing the ambition to represent the constituency in parliament.


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