May 20, 2024

The Member of Parliament for Techiman South, Hon. Martin Adjei-Mensah Korsah, has expressed his profound gratitude to the Members of the Techiman South New Patriotic Party for their support and faith in him to go unopposed in the party’s upcoming parliamentary primaries.

The Deputy Minister for Local Government and Rural Development, expressed this gratitude after he successfully passed the vetting process on Friday, 5ht January, 2024 to secure his position as a candidate to represent the New Patriotic Party in the upcoming elections.

According to him, the NPP in Techiman South has a lot of individuals who are capable to lead the party in the upcoming December elections but he going unopposed is testament that, the rank and file of the party in Techiman South recognized his good works and promised to repay that trust by continuing with his developmental projects and subsequently maintaining the seat for the New Patriotic Party.

“I am very humbled by the trust they have shown in him, I know that we have a lot of individuals in the party that are more than capable of leading the party to victory come December 7th but the party allowing me to go unopposed shows that they have recognized my good deeds and I’m honored and humbled by that gesture.”

“I thanked the leaders of the party, my party executives, electoral area coordinators, polling stations executives, elders, patrons and all members of the party for the faith and trust they have bestowed on me and I promised not to take their trust for granted.” Hon. Martin explained.

He acknowledged the importance of unity within the party and emphasized the need for a cohesive and collective effort in order to achieve success.

The absence of opposition from the Techiman South NPP not only serves as a vote of confidence in Hon. Martin’s capabilities and dedication but also highlights the level of support and camaraderie within the party.

According to him, the NPP in Techiman South for the past three years have been campaigning by initiating developmental projects and social interventions in the constituency.

“Campaigning is all about good works, it’s not about mounting billboards and posters, if you are elected as the leader, your good works will be your campaign but campaigning is all about letting people know what you have done and if you have done a good work, it will speak for you.” He said.

Source: Elvisanokyenews.com

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