Richard Nyamah, the defeated parliamentary candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Kpandai constituency, has urged his team not to be angry with the party following his loss in the parliamentary primary.
Nyamah, who faced strong competition from Matthew Nyindam, acknowledged the intensity of the campaign leading up to the elections.
Both candidates actively engaged with the electorate, addressing crowds, and articulating their visions for the Kpandai constituency.
However, in the end, Nyindam secured a decisive victory with 682 votes, while Nyamah garnered 60 votes.
In a post-election address to journalists, Nyamah reassured his team, saying, "So my team, please know that you did your best.
“We live to fight another day. I understand that at this point you might be dejected and in pain, but I remember telling you that whatever the result is, I am ready for it."
Despite the setback, Nyamah announced his acceptance of the outcome and, in turn, pledged his full support to Matthew Nyindam.
He expressed his commitment to working towards Nyindam's success in the upcoming 2024 elections and Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia to break the 8.
“I promise that I will put my shoulder to the wheel to ensure that my brother Matthew Nyindam and our Vice President, His Excellency Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, become the MP and the President, respectively,” Nyamah declared.