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NDC Picks PC For Ayawaso West By-election

Ayawaso West Wuogon branch of the National Democratic Congress, NDC has retained their 2016 Parliamentary Candidate (PC) for the up coming by-election.

Out of 720 vote cast, Mr. Brempon Kwasi Delali who was endorsed by the 137 branches, beat his two contestants with about 415 votes.

Mr. Ekwow Acquah pulled 190 votes and Ms. Selassie Dede Agbo, a branch chairperson who earlier scared the two males had 115 votes. She was loved for her bravado amongst other well-to-do females in the area but lack the courage.

With the aggressiveness of the Ayawaso West Wuogon NDC, Mr. Brempon Delali hinted he has learnt his mistakes in the 2016 elections. He promised to ensure those mistakes are not repeated.

He promised working with everybody, as he appeals especially to the NDC faithfuls who throng the voting grounds last Friday from other constituencies to come and offer support to the party in the area.

According to the Constituency Chairman, Bismark Aborbi-Ayitey they have the shortcomings of the ‘failed’ ruling NPP so the by-election would be issues based.

He pointed out that following the promises the NPP made before the Ghanaians gave them the nod show they have not performed.

He told Therepublicnewsonline.com that the Ayawaso West Wuogon seat on their heart and the opportunity has presented itself for them to pick it this time around.

He apleaded with all NDC in the area for cooporation for the PC to snatch the seat this around; “everybody must go from house to house, church to church, spots to spot, ghetto to ghetto for us to win the seat peacefully”, pleaded chairman Bismark.

The two contestants, Ms. Selassie Dede Agbo and Ekwow Acquah who could not make it pledged their support for the chosen Mr. Brempon Kwasi Delali to recover the seat for the party.

Source: the republic responsible.com/Delali  Awuyeh

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