Massive Support For Namoale

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament (MP) for La Dade-Kotopon constituency, Nii Amasah Namoale, yesterday received massive support from the party faithful when he organised a rally to seek re-election.

Hundreds of the party supporters, clad in the incumbent MP’s T-shirts, amid singing and dancing, showed support for Namoale.

Some of the party’s constituency executives took turns to address the charged crowd, urging the delegates to vote massively for Namoale during the parliamentary primary on Saturday.

The NDC will on Saturday, November 21, hold its presidential and parliamentary primaries to contest the general elections in 2016.

The primaries were originally scheduled for Saturday, November 7 across the 275 constituencies. However, the NDC National Executive Committee later decided to postpone it to November 21.

Nii Namoale, in an interview with DAILY GUIDE at the rally ground, said he was sure of victory on Saturday.

‘I have worked very hard for the party and I know the delegates will reward my efforts by voting for me. I have been very vocal in parliament since I became an MP, championing the course of the party,’ he underscored.

Touching on some of his achievements since he became the MP, Nii Namoale said, ‘I have lobbied for a lot of projects for my constituency, La Dade-Kotopon. I have been able to convince government to release funds to the assembly for the re-construction of the market.’

He revealed that he would soon cut the sod for re-construction work to begin on the market in the area early January 2016.

On education he said, ‘I have paid for some needy but brilliant students in the community and provided white boards and markers for all the classrooms in the municipality.’

Namoale said he has plans to distribute exercise books to needy but brilliant students in the constituency and sew school uniforms for them as well.

Touching on his significant contributions to the progress of the party in the constituency, he stated, ‘I pay the rent for the party constituency office, and I have bought computers and printers for the office as well.’

The MP promised to increase the vote of the party in the constituency come the 2016 general elections if he is re-elected on Saturday.

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By Cephas Larbi

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