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22.10.2008 CPP News

Nduom: CPP to contest all 230 seats

By The Statesman

The Convention People's Party has parliamentary aspirants to contest in all the 230 constituencies in the country.

Addressing a large crowd of enthusiastic party faithful at a rally organised in Wa in the Upper West region last week Saturday, the CPP flag bearer, Paa Kwesi Nduom, said the party is leaving nothing to chance to ensure that its parliamentary candidates in Upper West are voted to represent their respective constituencies.

Introducing some of the candidates in the region, Dr Nduom urged the people in the region to ensure that, the party"s parliamentary candidates go to Parliament, by voting massively for them on December 7.

Amongst the candidates he introduced were: Sulleman Ishaku for Wa Central; Abu Yakubu Sango, Wa East; Emmanuel Nasser, Nadowli West; J B Haruna Bandai, Sissala; Wilson Debrah for Lawra Nandom and Elizabeth Mona, Jirapa.

CPP candidates for Upper East include Alura Fortunate, Navrongo; Ndego Azumah, Zebilla; Daniel Adugbila, Pusiga; Benedict Aduku, Bongo; Evelyn Lamisi Anabila, Bolgatanga and Rhoda Imoru Ayarna, Bawku Central.

During a recent tour of the Brong Ahafo region, Dr Nduom introduced Josephine Ataa Oppong as candidate for Tano South, and Seth George Mensah for Asunafo North constituency.

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