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1,405 delegates of Nkwanta South NDC ready for election

About 1,405 delegates of Nkwanta South NDC ready for election

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Nkwanta South constituency is expecting 1,405 delegates to vote in the primaries slated for 13 May at the Kyabobo Recreational Centre in the Nkwanta South Municipality of the Oti Region.

Succeed Fiagadzi, the constituency secretary of the party, in an interview with the Ghana News Agency said, all the delegates from the 152 branches including party appointees are expected to cast their ballots to elect a candidate for the constituency and the party in general.

He said two candidates are contesting the Nkwanta South seat.

The contestants are Geoffrey Kini, the incumbent member of parliament (MP), and Charles Narayana Osei Nyarko, the chief executive officer of Denteka Construction and Housing Limited.

Kini believes that his good works to the people of the constituency which led to his victory in both the 2016 and 2020 elections as MP will be replicated on 13 May.

He said an NDC victory in 2024 means more development for the people.

Nyarko, who hails from Odome in the Nkwanta South Municipality, is optimistic that the time has come for a new face to represent the constituents in parliament because the incumbent MP has exhausted all his strength and no amount of time can change anything.

He said it is time for fresh ideas for development.

Fiagadzi said both candidates have been taken through the party’s constitution, therefore he expects an event-free election.



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