I will work to deliver 95% Votes for John Mahama in Upper Denkyira East Constituency and Win the Parliamentary seat for NDC in 2020 – Aspiring Parliamentary Candidate

Mr. Apatsea Isaac Kwasi, Parliamentary Aspirant in the Upper Denkyira East Constituency has assured John Mahama of solid 95% votes in his constituency in the upcoming Presidential Primaries by the NDC.

Mr. Apatsea Isaac Kwasi who is the immediate past Constituency Secretary said, Upper Denkyira East Constituency was lucky to have had a Community Day SHS built By John Mahama at Kyekyewere.
He once again pleaded with delegates of the NDC party to settle on the candidature of John Mahama and vote massively for him to put fear in the NPP.

He again said that the demeanor of John Mahama makes him the best to lead the NDC as a flag bearer in the 2020 general elections.

Mr. Apatsea Isaac Kwasi urged all the constituency executives, branch executive, party Elders, former appointees as well as all party members in the Upper Denkyira East Constituency to put aside the NDC defeat in 2016 and work hard in unison to snatch the seat from the NPP.

He lamented that since NDC lost power in 2016 and NPP took over, Upper Denkyira East Constituency has not seen development, all the uncompleted projects are at stand still.

He motivated delegates to vote Massively for John Mahama to rescue Upper Denkyira East people as well as Ghanaians from poverty, corruption, insecurity, unplanned education policies.

He once again said that if Denkyira people needs development, they should vote against the NPP to see real development if John Mahama win the 2020 general elections. He said Upper Denkyira East did not only get a Community Day SHS but the first time they had asphalt on the Dunkwa-on-Offin town roads, a high court, many CHPS compound, many new basic school buildings etc.

He made all these revelations during his recent visit to the branches in the Upper Denkyira East Constituency to campaign for John Mahama and unveil his plans to contest as Parliamentary Candidate.

Story: Evans Kwaku Oboafi Junior (HARDROCK)

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