Politics of Saturday, 15 September 2018
Source: Joseph Nana Yaw Cobbina
The Ningo Prampram NDC constituency chairman, Mr Michael Tetteh Kwetey has declared that there is no factionalism in the constituency under his leadership as claimed by some people.
According to him, he is working hard to bring all executives on board so that they work together and bring the NDC back to power come 2020.
Mr Tetteh Kwetey noted that a lot needs to be done in the constituency saying, “even if you look at the constituency office, it is even shameful to sit down there and work.”
He said he and his team are planning to build a befitting office which is going to be an ultra modern to ensure that they work hard to bring back NDC to power.
According to him, prior to the elections, there were attempts by many people to denigrate him but to him, what is needed if to work in the interest of the NDC party to win power.
He is also working on the welfare of the executive of the party and by so doing, purchase four Toyota Hilux pick-ups to the constituency to run its day to day activities and also support the constituency in their social activities.
He said he was going to ensure that under his leadership the party will win ninety percent of the votes come 2020 general elections.
He charged other constituency executives to vote for competent people who can work in the interest of the great National Democratic Congress in ensuing that the party has a resounding victory ahead of the National Delegate Conference.
“There is no faction in the party so far as I am concern,” he stressed.
He noted that unemployment is the major challenge but he has been able to employ six youth working at his company but praying for God to extend his business so that he can employ more youth in Ningo Prampram constituency.
He assured that he has been tasked to make sure that NDC wins a clean victory hence he is going to bring victory to the party in the 2020 general election.
Mr Tetteh Kwetey advised the youth to stay away from all substance abuse be it marijuana or tramadol.