Assembly member files nomination to contest Awutu Senya seat

The Assembly woman for Adam Nana Electoral Area, in the Awutu Senya East Constituency in the Central Region,Mrs Dinah Tetteh has filed her nomination forms to contest for theNational Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary primaries slated for May 13, 2023.

She made the submission on Tuesday at the Awutu Senya East NDC office in the Central Region accompanied by delegates, members and supporters of the party who cheered her amid drumming, dancing and singing.

Speaking after filing her nomination, MrsTettehlauded them for coming out in their numbers to support her and urged them to work hard to ensure her victory at the primaries.

“The work has started so let us put ‘Operation Win Your Branch’ in motion to ensure resounding victory on May 13, 2023 so as to elect an aspirant who would win the seat for the party to accelerate progress, growth and development of the area,” he said.

Mrs Tetteh, a-two term Assembly member for the Adam Nana Electoral Area, an insurance underwriter and a trade unionist spanning a decade with educational background in social sciences from the University of Cape Coast, admonished the delegates to choose a grass root person who shared in their concerns since her decision to contest the 2024 parliamentary primaries for Awutu Senya East constituency.

She will be contesting on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) with four other aspirants and as part of her visionshe would prioritise the welfare and livelihoods of members, supporters, sympathisers, well-wishers and faithful of the party in the constituency. 

“If I am given the nod I will collaborate with all stakeholders to ensure progress, growth, development, establish an educational fund to support and assist pupils and students, prioritiseTechnical Vocational Education and Training in gaining formal employment in the private and public sectors of the economy.

“I will work with constituency executives in the spirit of broader stakeholder consultations through quarterly meetings, prioritise the peace, unity and harmony of the area before and after the 2024 elections and beyond.

“I promise to be a unifier in the constituency, and I appeal to delegates to vote for me at the primaries to win the seat for the NDC by rallying behind me to win the nod to contest the seat, and win it for the party because, I am motivated and ready to serve my people diligently and pledge to prioritise support and assistance for the aged in the constituency,” MrsTetteh assured.


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