Incumbent Member of Parliament for the North Tongu Constituency in the Volt Region, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has told media that he is greatly sure of triumph in the forthcoming parliamentary primaries of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
Talking with the media, the Deputy Education Minister responsible for Tertiary Education said the improvement ventures he has initiated for the supporters in the most recent three years, are sufficient to win the trust of his constituents.
Despite the challenging duty of consolidating his clerical and parliamentary obligations, the youthful MP said he is prepared to serve for some more years in parliament.
I need to go again in light of the fact that my people want me to keep on representing them.
The colossal individuals of North Tongu have seen what we have done in the course of the most recent three years; and they are exceptionally inspired and they trust that there is something else entirely to be done, thus why transform someone who satisfies his guarantees.
Furthermore, you know the chiefs have regarded me thus I would prefer not to frustrate my kin by saying that I want to haul out.
Each occupation is demanding, however once you are in it; and that is the calling you have, you ought to be available. Additionally, I am constantly amped up for the chance to serve and that is something I have done subsequent to my understudy days.
Mr. Okudzeto says despite to the accomplishments accomplished in the most recent three years, significantly all the more should be finished.
I see North Tongu as a supporters that for quite a while has been ignored. My antecedents have put forth a valiant effort and I have a considerable measure of appreciation for them.
On the other hand, the constituents trust that they are presently seeing the profits of voting in favor of the NDC. Surprisingly, 180 groups have been associated with power; we have conveyed 10,500 meters for nothing; in education, we are profiting from some community day schools.
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