It seemed the sponsors of her candidature were just hibernating to have Mrs Ophelia Mensah Hayford go through the process with the Electoral Commission so they could begin to publicize these artworks. The new poster as shared across various media had the late Member of Parliament for Mfantsiman, Ekow Quansah Hayford's image resized into a small image adjacent the name of the wife; Ophelia Mensah Hayford.
The slogan as chosen by the campaign team is "Name Beye", meaning God will provide. The 'Four more' tag in blue painting, which has become an emblem for President Nana Akufo-Addo's campaign is boldly printed on the right.
Mrs. Hayford nomination was expected and had since been a topical issue in the local politics. Her participation in the Mfantsiman Constituency elections, as argued by political pundits will run on sympathy votes as the late husband had enjoyed some goodwill with the constituents. She has just lest than two months, if confirmed by the Electoral Commission to mobilize and campaign for votes. Already, the conclusions have been preempted as her contest has been described as a done-deal by the ruling New Patriotic Party.
In all these periods of the electoral process, Mrs Ophelia Hayford is recognised a widow by the tradition and is expected to respect all rites. How she will sail through the loss and the stress of the campaign remains an issue yet it is believed the party executives will show some solidarity and push her through.
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