Images sighted by Obuasitoday.com suggest, Frank Aboagye Danyansah may be gearing up to contest for the Obuasi West Parliamentary seat. The details on the flyer indicate the Public Interest Advocate would be contesting as an independent candidate.
Last Saturday, Hon. Kwaku Kwarteng, the deputy finance minister who is also the sitting MP for Obuasi West constituency won the NPP parliamentary primaries with a wide margin which will see him represent the party once again at the general elections on December 7th 2020. The NDC will also be represented by Faustilove Appiah Kannin in the same constituency.
Frank Aboagye came into the political spotlight when he stood as the Parliamentary Candidate in the 2012 and the 2016 general Elections for the Obuasi East Constituency on the ticket of the Progressive Peoples Party (P.P.P). He has for the past few years being a thorn in the flesh of the NPP as he embarks on his public interest advocate agenda.
Can Frank Aboagye Danyansah cause a stir by snatching the seat from the NPP coming December 7th?
About Frank Aboagye Danyansah
Frank is an experienced general practice surveyor with varied expertise in property management, land administration and project management valuation.. He is also a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors in General Practice Division, and a member of the Ghana Real Estate Developers Association.
Frank Danysnsah, as he is affectionately called, serves as a Property Consultant for the Ghana-Finland Chamber of commerce, and a property consultant to Zoomlion Ghana ltd, Ashanti region. He is also a housing consultant to staff of Barclays Bank Ghana, Ashanti region and consultant to most Banking institutions in Ghana.
From the university, he did his National Service at the Ghana School feeding secretariat as the Ashanti Regional Monitoring officer.
Frank started his working career as an Assistant Valuer at Value Properties Ghana in Obuasi and also a Project coordinator at Dumadark Enterprise and Construction at Tarkwa. He was then appointed the Commercial Facilities Manager at an ace Oil field service company Menergy International in Ghana and also in Monrovia-Liberia.
Frank is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Danywise Estate and Construction, which has contributed to bridging the housing deficit gap in Ghana by building Estate houses and offering lands to individuals across the country. In 2014, he was awarded the Upcoming Developer of the year, at the 7th Ghana Property Awards.