The Old Students’ Association of the Christ the King Catholic Senior High School at Obuasi in the Ashanti Region has congratulated the Member of Parliament for Fomena, Hon Andrew Amoako Asiamah.
The Acting President of Christ the King Catholic SHS Old Students’ Association, Richard Ellimah in a press release commending the Hon Andrew Amoako Asiamah said, “We write to extend our heartiest congratulations to you on winning the Fomena Constituency seat as an Independent candidate, and also on your assumption to the high office of Second Deputy Speaker of the Parliament of the Republic of Ghana.”
Richard Ellimah also praised the Fomena Member of Parliament for the level of his resilience he exhibited, “We are thrilled that in spite of the obvious challenges that you faced, you braced the odds and achieved these two historic feats. Your sense of patriotism, integrity, hard work, commitment and undiluted pursuit of the truth aided you in these challenging moments of your life. We recall your invaluable pieces of advice when you represented the Old Students’ Association on the School’s Board. Honourable, you have indeed personified the school’s motto: “Laborare et orare”!”
He further added that, “There is no shred of doubt in our mind that you will live up to the task, and bring glory and honour to your constituents, the nation and the school that nurtured you. We pledge our unalloyed support to you as you take service to Mother Ghana a notch higher.”
Hon Asiamiah was sacked as an MP for Fomena before the 2020 elections for contesting as an independent after he noted that he was not treated well by the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
Hon. Asiamah polled 12,805 votes to defeat the NPP’s candidate, Philip Ofori-Asante who got 10,798 votes, Christina Ama Ranson of the NDC had 2,608 votes.