Ahead of the May 2023 presidential and parliamentary primaries of the NDC, the Akatsi South branch of the party, under the patronage of Mr. Anthony Kwadjo Owusu (Westphalia), has promised to mobilize not less than 100% votes for former president HE John Dramani. Mahama, the hopeful presidential candidate of the opposition National Democratic Party (NDP) in the upcoming elections.
Mr. He said the Owusu-led party wants a more secure, economically buoyant and better country for all, hence the need to support an experienced and well-prepared leader against other presidential candidates.
Parliamentary aspirant, Mr. Samuel B.K.Nugblega, who reiterated the Akatsi South Constituency statement on Friday, noted that the party has appointed about 28 coordinators across the constituency as part of its strategy to achieve the target set by the party.
“Former President John Dramani Mahama will not only bring stability and prosperity but also sustainable growth so that we can usher in the preparation of a new generation of political, business and economic leaders, create productive opportunities, build new industries, provide social infrastructure, mentor new entrepreneurs and any serious and Strengthens small and medium scale enterprises which are the bedrock of a successful nation.”
However, Mr. Samuel B.K. Nugblega urged Akatsi citizens at home and abroad to forget political affiliation and see a future in him as the next parliamentary candidate of the opposition NDC.
Mr Japhet Festus Gbede has explained to the media why he feels former President John Dramani Mahama should be voted into power.
Mr. Gbede, an outspoken former deputy communications officer aspirant said of some key points, “It’s too late to fail.” Ghana’s success is not negotiable; The Ghana dream must come true. Whether it is a child of Mri, Have or Wuxer, that child has the right to a decent life and a chance to realize his dreams under the next NDC government led by former President Mahama.
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