Kpone-Katamanso NDC will fall -HopesonAdorye
The 2020 parliamentary candidate for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in Kpone-Katamanso says the party will give the National Democratic Congress (NDC) a technical knockout at the polls on December 7.
Hopeson Yaovi Adorye, who many an electorate in the constituency has described as stiff competition for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) candidate, Joseph Tettey, says his messages and the performance of his presidential candidate, Nana Akufo-Addo, are sinking in with the electorate in Kpone-Katamanso.
He held that he would beat the NDC in the constituency with a vote margin of 10,000.
Hopeson Yaovi Adorye reiterated his confidence when he, in the company of a large crowd of party supporters, thronged the Kpone-Katamanso Electoral Commission (EC) office last Saturday to file his nomination form.
Defying the rain, the NPP supporters marched through some principal streets of the constituency before arriving at the EC office, where their candidate, accompanied by a couple of party executives, met the EC officer and his team to submit the form.
Addressing the media, he said: “Not only am I winning this seat for the NPP for the first time, but I’m increasing the votes of Nana Addo because the party and government have worked very hard to deserve another term to do more.”
He said he had lobbied for the reconstruction and reshaping of most deplorable roads in the constituency which were ignored by the previous NDC government.
Additionally, through his instrumentality, he said, streetlights had been fixed on the major streets, “and there are many more infrastructural developments ongoing in the constituency as a result of my connections in the government. We need people who can lobby for development, and that is what I am bringing onboard as the MP for this constituency when I am elected.”
Mr Adorye said his campaign team was reaching out to every home, “and I must confidently tell you that I am winning more of the NDC’s strongholds, because the NDC supporters have seen that they have no leader in their candidate.”
To conclude, he said: “Ghanaians must give Nana Addo and the NPP another four-year-term for more developments and better growth in the economy. The NPP is the best political party that has always put Ghana on the better path of growth. I urge Ghanaians to trust the NPP to do more in the next four years.”