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03.05.2015 Elections

Mr. Isaac K. Adika Moves Ho West Constituency

By Spendlove Kotey
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Mr. Isaac .K.Adika on thursday filled his nomination papers at the NPP party office in Tsito.

He appealed to the delegates to give him a chance to wrestle the seat from the NDC’s Hon. Emmanuel Kwasi Bedzarh who has been in Parliament since 2008

“The difference we are offering is this: I think that if you take the context of what has been happening in Ho West constituency, the dynamics have totally changed.”

“I say that the dynamics have changed because the people who have always been taken for granted by the party that seems to think that the people do not matter and all that matters is their personal egos and the conflictual issues that they think grant them the advantage that they can just forget the people and win the seat at anytime are things that the people themselves are dismissing and will look for someone who will offer them the sort of leadership that will lead them into the century that they deserve to be in and into a century that will always root for their personal development and personal progress,” he stated.

He thus implored party delegates to repose confidence in him as their Ho west Parliamentary candidate for 2016 elections

Mr. Isaac K Adika ,who is looking for space on the 2016, Ho west constituency Parliamentary ballot paper on the NPP’s ticket opined that complacency caused the party’s defeat in 2012.

“There is no constituency in Ghana that can be said to be for only one particular party: every party has equal right to win a constituency provided the party fields a marketable candidate.”

He described himself as a time tested and astute politician capable of winning the seat in 2016.

“Previously we have not been working so hard to win the constituency and I feel, I hope and I believe strongly that with me as the candidate I will win the seat for the first time for the New Patriotic Party, the NPP.”

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