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Suhum MP urges members to vote for him

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The Member of Parliament for Suhum, Frederick Opare Ansah, has urged party delegates in the constituency to vote massively for him during the upcoming New Patriotic Party (NPP)’s Parliamentary Primaries to be held nationwide on April 25th, this year.

Speaking after filing his nomination to contest the seat for the fifth time, he promised to continue developing the constituency, adding that he has a lot more to offer the people.

Mr. Opare Ansah was upbeat about his chances of winning convincingly after positive response and trust he claims to have received from delegates after visiting each and every one of them at their homes and workplaces.

He added that his dedication and competence have manifested in his four terms as MP, not only for the Suhum Constituency, but the nation as a whole.

He said these attributes were demonstrated during his tenure as Deputy Minister of Communication under former President, John Agyekum Kufuor, as well as his previous position as Minority Chief Whip and member of the ECOWAS Parliament.

Mr. Opare Ansah was grateful to the fourteen constituency executives, who picked and paid for his nomination forms while he was on ECOWAS duties in The Gambia.

Receiving the forms, the NPP Elections Committee Chairman for the Suhum Constituency, Ransford Agyapong advised the MP, as well as his contender, Kwadwo Asante to engage in peaceful campaigning in order to maintain peace and harmony.

He said the forms will be handed over to the regional party executives in Koforidua, where all candidates will be vetted before the elections are held.

The town was thrown into wild jubilation amid singing and dancing as the MP led his supporters to walk through the Suhum township.

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