Agornyrah wows to defeat Okudzeto if he wins NPP primary

A 47-year-old businessman and public servant, Mr. David Nkegbe Agornyrah, has picked and submitted nomination forms to contest the North Tongu primary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), with a call on delegates to vote massively for him to wrestle the seat from the National Democratic Congress (NDC) incumbent Member of Parliament (MP), Samuel Okudzeto- Ablakwa.

Mr. Agornyrah said history was about to be made in the North Tongu Constituency, because he had been encouraged by the electorate, including the members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Convention Peoples Party (CPP) and sympathisers of the NDC, to participate in the primary for them to vote for him.

Addressing the media at Battor, Mr. Agornyrah stressed that all indications showed that victory awaited him and the NPP, as the party would occupy the seat for the first time in the political history of North Tongu Constituency when the delegates give him the nod.

He said it was important for the NPP to capture the North Tongu seat, saying, a change was imminent, because there were clear indications that the constituents wanted change.

He noted that a win for him at the primary should be seen as victory for North Tongu, because the 2024 general elections were about ideas and how to transform the constituency.

Mr. Agornyrah stressed that modern politics was all about numbers and feasible ideas that would help improve upon the living conditions of the people and eliminate poverty, adding that even before he picked the nomination form, he had viable development plans for the area.

He said the 2024 general election called for a dynamic candidate who could lead the NPP to victory, as the electorate have resolved to change their current lawmaker.

According to the young politician, when given the nod at the primary, he would definitely defeat the NDC and provide relevant development that had eluded the people over the years. According to him,  he was born and brought up in the area and therefore in position to understand  the development concerns and the problems confronting the people better.

Mr. Nkegbe appealed to party delegates to contribute meaningfully towards development of North Tongu by voting for him to lead the NPP to victory, saying even though MPs were basically lawmakers, they also contributed largely to the development of their constituencies as experienced in some parts of the country.

Mr. Agornyrah holds MPH in Public Health from Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), a mechanical engineer and held various positions in the NPP branch of the United Kingdom and Ireland branches as well as the North Tongu Constituency Secretary of the NPP among others.


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