Dodovi Takes Over Suame

FRANCIS DODOVI, a top contender in the Suame Constituency National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary race, is determined to win the party’s primary massively on Saturday.

As part of this grand agenda, the young and energetic politician has stepped up his campaign across the length and breadth of the constituency.

Dodovi, who is the toast of NDC members in the Suame constituency, has also hoisted big banners which have his nice portrait and inscriptions telling the party members to vote for him.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with DAILY GUIDE, Dodovi, who is a member of the NDC Communication Team, stated that even though he is the favourite of the party delegates, he is not complacent.

He stated that he trusts the Suame NDC delegates to vote massively for him on Saturday but was quick to add that ‘but that doesn’t mean I should relax and fold my arms. I have even intensified my campaign as the polling day draws closer.’

According to him, he has adopted a house-to-house campaign strategy at the latter stages of his campaign to solidify his votes and ensure a landslide victory over his opponent.

Dodovi said he had visited every corner of the constituency and interacted with the NDC delegates about his vision of making the NDC formidable and attractive in Suame ‘so that we can wrest the seat from the NPP in 2016′.

Sounding extremely confident, he said the NDC primaries at Suame was a done deal for him, adding that right after Saturday ‘I will come out with an effective strategy to win the Suame seat for the NDC in 2016′.

He said the party delegates at Suame have realised that he (Dodovi) is a team player, a visionary, hardworking, respectful, bold and ambitious person so they have decided to vote for him to lead the NDC to victory in 2016.

Dodovi, who has been nicknamed the Suame Ronaldo, added that he has the abilities to defeat Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, the incumbent NPP Member of Parliament (MP) for Suame, who doubles as the Minority Leader in Parliament.

FROM I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Kumasi

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