Ibrahim Musah is the Progressive Peoples Party’s 2016 parliamentary candidate for the Wenchi Constituency in the Brong Ahafo Region. As a youth from a very humble background, Ibrahim Musah believes that the youth not only represent the potential for tomorrow’s growth and development, but if empowered, the youth could be the current engine to propel Ghana’s march into greatness and prosperity for all. It is this belief that led him to the PPP in the first place.
Having graduated from the Garden City University College with B.Sc. in Economics and Statistics and the Kumasi Polytechnic with an HND in Statistics in 2012 and 2006 respectively, Ibrahim (or Yaa Ustaaz as he is affectionately called) has worked with the Ghana Statistical Service and the Wenchi Municipal Health Directorate. Currently, he works with the National Aids Control Programme as Data Manager and has contributed immensely to the National Aids Control Programme Annual Review (2008 to date), HIV/AIDS Annual Report for Wenchi Municipal Assembly (2006 – 2008) and the Wenchi Municipal Health Directorate Quarterly Report (2008 – 2010) among others.
Though Ibrahim’s plan for the Wenchi Constituency is quite simple, it is yet comprehensive, ambitious and SMART. As a constituency blessed with many human and material resources, Wenchi has unfortunately lost its former glory and vibrancy. Ibrahim’s plan is therefore summarised into “empower the youth to tackle their own challenges and the entire segments of the society become the better-off”. Thus, he has chosen to centre his campaign on “INVESTMENT AND JOB CREATION FOR THE YOUTH”.
To the youth, we say “DROP THE DESPAIR, FOR HOPE HAS COME”. Together we would restore the lost and former glory of Wenchi Constitutency.