The Member of Parliament for the Effutu Constituency, Alexander Afenyo-Markin has touted his constituency as an ideal place to visit, to live, to study or to invest.
“Effutu is a great place to see, to live, to study and to do business. I invite all who can to come over for tourism, for business investment, for pleasure or for relaxation. We are a friendly and hard working people with a hallmark of positive optimism and a rich cultural heritage.
“We invite you to experience Effutu, explore Effutu, engage with the people of Effutu and lets enjoy Effutu together. We are proud deer hunters”, Afenyo-Markin noted in a post on his Facebook page as an introductory caption to a set of photos that captured various places within the Effutu Constituency.
One of the photos captured the Reconciliation Roundabout that has a monumental statue of two of Ghana’s founding fathers, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah and Dr. JB Danquah in a posthumous reconciliation handshake. The two were allies in Ghana’s pre independence struggle but ended up as political arch rivals.
Other photos captured the Unity Square, the Osimpam Heritage Center, two of the several beach fronts in the Constituency, some children masqueraders in their fancy dress, among others.