Fear grips Sam George and the NDC over Alex Martey’s victory 

Fear grips Sam George and the NDC over Alex Martey’s victory

We can report that there is an uneasy calm within the top echelons of the National Democratic Congress, following the endorsement of Alex Martey by delegates as the parliamentary candidate for the New Patriotic Party in Ningo-Prampram constituency over the weekend.

The management consultant cum politician polled 269 votes, 62 more than his only contender Rita Addotey , who had 207 votes.

His victory was a clear indication by the delegates that they voted for someone who can use his influence to bring the needed transformation and development to the constituency. Prior to the primaries , Alex Martey demonstrated his commitment in the agenda of unearthing the vast potential of the constituency by providing financial and technical assistance, Jobs for many youth in the constituency.

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In the express words of the people “ What Martey did is phenomenal and unprecedented within the short time he availed himself to serve his people. If Martey can address our challenges without he yet being an MP , then your guess is as mine when becomes one”

Over the last couple of years, there have been suggestions to vote out the National Democratic Congress Members of Parliament for the area but there was no solid candidate to lead the charge for the change.

The reception and love that greeted Alex Martey’s victory across the political space in the constituency indicates the long awaited one to finally unseat the NDC in Ningo-Prampram has arrived.

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With the impeccable history of development by the NPP in Ningo-Prampram, the NDC and their MP in the constituency should start saying goodbye to the Ningo-Prampram seat.

Hon. Alex Martey on Happy FM 1st October 2019 stated that  “Sam George is Playing his extra time(injury time) as MP of Ningo-Prampram “.

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