Hon. Alexander Gabby Hottordze, Member of Parliament (MP) for Central Tongu constituency in the Volta Region, has vowed to roll out more projects and programmes that would promote the development and touch more lives among his constituents.
According to him, his retention as a parliamentary candidate at the recent parliamentary primaries of the National Democratic Congress( NDC ) indicated the people of Central Tongu appreciate all that he did as MP for the past two and half years he been in parliament.
He added that the massive endorsement at the primary by delegates of the NDC served as a source of motivation to him to do more.
Mr.Hottordze made these comments in an interview with THE REPUBLIC in Parliament, Accra, on Tuesday, September 3, 2019.
At the NDC primaries, Gabby obtained 588 votes out of total valid votes cast of 843, while his main contender Dr Benedicta Yayra Fosu-Mensah had 255 votes.
The elections which were supervised by Central Tongu District office of the Electoral Commission declared two ballots rejected and one spoiled ballot.
This, the MP who is a member of the Health Committee of parliament said he felt inspired by the enthusiasm exhibited by delegates to cast their votes for him without despite vile propaganda waged against him.
Hon Gabby said, he has carried out a number of development projects and other social intervention policies that inured to the benefit of the people and believed they did appreciate those efforts, hence his overwhelm endorsement.
Most of the intervention policy area he said, has been on education, health, water and sanitation, energy, among of other things.
While thanking the people of Central Tongu, especially the delegates, Hon Hottordze promised to bring all other faction together with unity to campaign for 2020 elections.
He called on his supporters to extend the same to his opponent team in other to restore unity toward victory.
He further vowed to retain the seat for NDC and increase John Mahama votes with a bigger margin at 2020 general elections.
Source: therepublicnewsonline.com/Felix Nyaaba