Dodovi Promises Hi Tech Campaign

Francis Dodovi arriving at the Suame NDC office

TOP CONTENDER for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary race in the Suame Constituency, Francis Dodovi, says he is the obvious choice of the party’s grass roots and so he would win in the party’s parliamentary primaries without sweat.

Brimming with confidence, Dodovi, a professional journalist, stressed that he would undertake a ‘scientific campaign’ in order to defeat the Minority Leader, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, who is the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament (MP).

Dodovi, one of the outspoken NDC members in the Ashanti Region, was addressing the media when he visited the Suame party office to submit his nomination forms to take part in the upcoming parliamentary primaries.

He expressed disgust about the lack of development at the Suame Magazine, which he noted, despite its contribution to Ghana’s economic growth, lacks good road network, toilet facilities, security post and health facility.

According to him, virtually all the areas in the constituency, including Abusuakuruwa, Breman, New Suame, Kotoko and Old Suame, are underdeveloped due to lack of proper leadership.

Dodovi, immediate past NDC organizer at Suame, without mincing words, placed the mountainous challenges facing the constituency, right at the doorstep of Mr Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu.

He noted that the Minority Leader had only been vocal in parliament but back at Suame, ‘he has done absolutely nothing to transform the constituency within the past 20 years.’

He appealed to the NDC members in the area to vote massively for him since he has the wherewithal to snatch the Suame seat for the NDC in 2016.

He was accompanied by a large number of party people and personal acquaintances, including Appiah Stadium, Nana Mensah Bonsu aka ‘Atiki’, Kromo, Ade Napoleon, Reagan, Kofi Addae, Jango, among others.

FROM I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Kumasi

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