I’ll Take La Dadekotopon Seat Odotei Assures Nana

VINCENT SOWAH Odotei, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) parliamentary candidate for La Dade- Kotopong Constituency, has promised to wrest the seat from the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the 2016 general elections.

Mr Odotei, popularly known as Obama, made this promise when he visited Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo at his Nima residence to officially inform him of his victory.

‘We are here to formally inform you of our victory. We want to assure you that we are going to do whatever it takes to wrest the La Dade- Kotopong seat from the NDC,’ Obama stated.

He pledged to work together with the party executives as well as all party members to ensure that the NPP wins power in 2016.

Nana Akuffo-Addo after congratulating the parliamentary candidate, urged the party members to work hard together to in order to win power in 2016.

‘We the NPP will have to keep our eyes on the big picture which is how we would win power for Ghana in 2016. Ghanaians are looking at us to make the push that would give them a decent government, a government that would begin the process of transforming and lifting this country up.

‘We can do it but first of all it means that we all come together, recognise that we going to have to work very hard. There is no way that these people are going to hand the victory to us on a silver platter, we are going to have work hard at it,’ Nana Addo said.

He advised Odotei to bring everyone onboard in order to ensure a landslide victory for the NPP in La Dade- Kotopong in 2016.

In another development, the NPP Constituency Chairman for La Dade- Kotopong, Lawyer Frank Davies, has disclosed that he is confident the NPP would win the seat in 2016.

‘La Dade- Kotopong is not a constituency we haven’t won before but we need hard work, unity and singleness of purpose. I trust that if we should go into this campaign with this strategy we should be able to win the seat once again. I’m assuring you that in 2016 Isha Allah our candidate will prevail,’ he told DAILY GUIDE.

By Nii Ogbamey Tetteh

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