Former Minister for Gender, Young children and Social Security, Nana Oye Lithur is nevertheless to get out of the shock of her defeat at Saturday’s Countrywide Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary primary.
She was having said that humbled
immediately after polling 558 votes as in opposition to the winner who polled 730 votes generating him
the greatest winner.
The Gender activist
promised to contact and congratulate Mr Adamu Ramadan but claimed she is at
sea as to why she in no way won although was the noticeable selection for delegates.
“I experience strengthened, I
did not count on to shed. We protected all the tracks and carried a really sturdy
marketing campaign. The delegates have spoken and I congratulate Mr Ramadan. Democracy
has won”. She disclosed.
On his component, the winner
observed that his victory was a recognition and tricky work above the yrs.
“I would like to thank God
almighty, I would like to thank the constituency executives, I want to thank
the election directorate and my marketing campaign staff customers. I also want to thank my
opponent for a quite fantastic fight”, he stated.
According to him, the moment the most important is in excess of it is time for the celebration to arrive alongside one another and wrestle the seat from the New Patriotic Bash (NPP) incorporating that function starts off.
“We are serving recognize to
the NPP that the journey to recapture the Adenta seat has started out tonight and I
like to thank all of you”, he extra.
Source: MyNewsGh.com/Stephen Zoure/2019