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GBA Boss to Contest For NDC Parliamentary Primaries

Vice President of Ghana Boxing Association (GBA), Mr Abraham Kotei Neequaye popularly known as “Rumours” is set to Contest for National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary primaries.

Rumours, as he is affectionately called by his peers gained massive endorsement from the people of Okaikoi South.

His endorsement was a result of disappointment constituent is expressing in the current New Patriotic Parliament (NPP) Member of Parliament (MP), Ahmed Arthur and the abysmal performance of the Akuffo Addo led administration.

Checks conducted by The Republic show the constituents are yearning for the alternative party and who can relate to people and listen to them.

Some NPP executives in the area who spoke to this portal on condition of anonymity slammed their MP of massive failure as he has nothing to offer the constituency since he was voted as their MP.

Kotei aka Rumour, indigent and avowed NDC member has been good to them irrespective of one’s political affiliation and he has what it takes to represent them at the parliament for the development of Okaikoi South.

They disclosed their intentions to work for him in the general elections if he wins the NDC parliamentary primaries slated for Saturday, August 24, 2019.

Mr Neequaye later told THE REPUBLIC he is contesting for the NDC primaries because the youth in the Okaikoi South are suffering for a very long time and wants to bring his business ‘I.Q’ to help them.

According to him, he will use his bargaining and negotiation skills to get the youth jobs and development of the area.

Rumours, as he is affectionately called, was very optimistic of winning the NDC primaries and deliver the seat for the NDC going into 2020 general elections.

He further revealed that he is coming to end the NPP stealing tactics they always use in any elections because they have seen it and would no longer be entertained in the Okaikoi South.

Mr Neequaye, therefore, urged the Electoral Directorate of the Constituency to conduct a clean election to avoid disunity after the primaries.


Source: therepublicnewsonline.com/Delali Awuyeh


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