The Opposition for All People’s Congress ( APC) parliamentary aspirant and candidate for Tolon Constituency in the Northern Region Tamale Hon Sumanni Charles Baaba disclosed that about seventy-eight per cent ( 78%) of household in the Constituency do not have a TV set and electricity to catch up with daily news on how coronavirus pandemic and its preventive measures.
According to him, though his Constituency is not part of the lockdown he has been moving around with party Executives from door to door educating the public about the COVID-19 awareness since 10 Regions has recorded cases.
He disclosed this in an interview with Kumasi – based Sikapa FM 100.5 mxz indicated that APC is well prepared enough to win the incoming December’s Election hence the masses are now fed up with the NDC and NPP propaganda.
Brief PROFILE OF HON SUMANI CHARLES BAABA
Hon Sumani Charles Baaba is one of the 11th parliamentary aspirants on the tickets of APC for this year’s presidential and parliamentary election.
He is one of the most likely to win Tolon seat due to his hard work and many positions held in the Constituency as a headteacher for close to a decade and research conducted by this www.anfrebeats.com online news portal last month March which about 68 per cent complete assessment.
In 2017, he was a Headteacher of Kpendua D/A Junior High School (supervising, directing, assigning duties, planning, managing finances and staffing and reporting to Director, and officers from Ghana Education Service Tolon and headquarters, promoting quality teaching and learning, towards increasing enrolment and productivity).
In 2014, he was appointed District Key trainer for Electoral Commission( in charge of training Registration officers with Special Duty, Registration Officers, Data Entry Clerks for voter registration exercise as national duty).
2013 –2017 Headteacher of Kasuliyili Rahamaniya primary school (supervising, directing, assigning duties, planning, managing finances and staffing and reporting to Director, and officers from Ghana Education service Tolon and headquarters, promoting quality teaching and learning, towards increasing enrolment and productivity)
2012 Data Entry Clerk (using Biometric Voter Registration devices in taking data of applicants’ and printing voter ID card).
2006-2013 Teacher of English language, Wantugu D/A Junior High School ( used Ghana education curriculum and methodologies in teaching English as second language and examinable subject at BECE level).
2003-2006 Community correspondent letter-cards (CPRs), writing community reports to office and performing other duties assigned me
2002-2003 Data collector, Christian Children Fund of Canada (CCFC) Tamale ( used designed forms to collect data for Community development plan, research, and analysis)
2011-2013 BSc. Education, Integrated science major, university of cape coast.
2011 -Certificate in MS Office Suite, Teratech Computer School
2006-2009 Diploma in Basic Education, Ofinso Training College