Saturday, July 20, 2024

Aowin NPP Parliamentary Candidate abandons Constituency, Party Activist petitions Dr. Bawumia

NPP Activist, Vincent Yeboah, has submitted a petition to Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, raising serious concerns about Abanga Yakubu Fuseini, the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) Parliamentary Candidate for the Aowin Constituency. 

The petition highlights several issues that could jeopardize the party’s chances of winning the seat from the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the upcoming elections.

The activist notes that Abanga Fuseini has been notably absent since the start of the 2024 limited registration exercise. Unlike the other eight parliamentary candidates in the region, Abanga Fuseini has not actively participated in constituency activities. 

According to him, his absence was particularly noticeable during the Vice President’s recent visit to the region, where all other parliamentary candidates were present except him.

Further, Abanga Fuseini has not stayed in the constituency for even a week continuously, making it difficult for constituents to familiarize themselves with him. 

He stated that Abanga Fuseini has also been absent from important social events such as funerals and religious programs, which are crucial for building rapport with the electorate.

The Activist noted that as a new candidate, Abanga Fuseini is not well-known among the indigenous communities and towns in the constituency. 

The petition suggests that if Abanga Fuseini finds the role too challenging, he should allow the party to replace him with a more committed candidate to avoid disappointing both the party and its presidential candidate. 

The Activist calls for the party leadership to urgently address Abanga’s lack of involvement and motivate him to work harder. The activist warns that if his behaviour does not change, there will be a significant demonstration against him.

The petition emphasizes that the party’s efforts in the region, including infrastructural developments like the Enchi – Dadieso Road, Kordjour – Pakyi Road, and the construction of an Astro Turf Park at Enchi, should not be in vain due to one candidate’s negligence. 

The activist concludes with a plea to Vice President Bawumia to address these issues promptly to ensure the NPP’s success in the Aowin Constituency. The importance of swift action is underscored to prevent the hard-earned developments from being overshadowed by electoral defeat due to Abanga Fuseini’s inaction.

Below is the full petition

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