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15-Apr-2015  
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Mr Samuel K. Ankomah, Agona Swedru-based businessman, has assured supporters of the Gomoa Central branch of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) that he will do everything possible to unite the party, to ensure victory in the 2016 elections if elected as MP.

He said: “with my in-depth expertise in business managerial and other economic skills, Gomoa Central NPP would be surely transformed to become attractive, to win more supporters for the party under my leadership.

Mr Ankomah made this known to the Media when he picked nomination forms to contest the up-coming NPP Parliamentary Primaries at Gomoa Ekwamkrom in the Gomoa East District.

This bring to four, the number of people who have picked nomination forms to contest the primaries in Gomoa Central.

The other three contestants are Naana Eyiah Quansah, businesswoman, Mr Joe Sam, banker, and Dr Nana Ketu Cudjoe, 2012 Parliamentary Candidate, who lost the election to the NDC.

He pledged to work hard when he gets the nod to enable the party to recapture the Parliamentary seat from the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the 2016 elections.

Mr Ankomah said as a businessman, the main objective is to create jobs and wealth for the constituents, especially the youth, to halt their migration to cities and urban areas to seek for non-existing white colour jobs.

He expressed regret over the current erratic power supply that has rendered many Ghanaians jobless.

Mr Ankomah urged the delegates to vote for him to lead the party as its Parliamentary Candidate in the 2016 elections.

Mr Kweku Nyakoh Koomson, Gomoa Central Deputy Constituency Secretary of the NPP, urged Mr Ankomah and the other three aspirants to conduct clean campaigns devoid of insults, maligning, and character assassination.

He said it is incumbent on the aspirants to package their messages professionally to convince delegates to vote for them.

Mr Koomson asked the aspirants to abide by the rules and regulations governing the Parliamentary primaries, to ensure peace and stability in the party.
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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