The aspiring NPP parliamentary candidate for Gushegu Constituency in the Northern Region, Mr. Pince Hardi Adams has assured members of the party that, he will retain the Gushegu seat for the party in the upcoming elections if voted in the 25th April NPP primaries.
According to him, the Gushegu constituency is one of the swing seats in the Northern Region but however, he is the surest bet to retain the seat and make it the stronghold of the NPP.
The Chief Executive Officer of Prinhad Group of Companies and Executive Director of the Northern Youth for Peace and Development made these assurances when he filed his nomination form to contest the upcoming NPP Parliamentary Primaries in the Gushegu Constituency.
Prince, a grandson of late IGP and Chief of Gushegu, Gushenaa Bawah was met on arrival by a jubilant group of people at Yagingu some 7 kilometres from Gushegu and was ushered into the Gushegu town amidst drumming and dancing.
The aspiring Parliamentary Candidate was first taken to the palace of the Paramount Chief, of Gushenaa traditional area, Naa Abdulai and later to the Imam of Gushegu for their blessings.
At the constituency office, the constituency elections committee chaired by Mr. Francis Andani checked the relevant documents and was satisfied with them.
Mr. Andani cautioned the aspirant and his supporters to keep the unity of the party in the area and to desist from politics of insults while focusing on the campaign of ideas. He said everyone is needed after the primaries of 25th April 2020.
Addressing hundreds of supporters, polling station executives and Electoral Area Coordinators, Prince Hardi said he has been supportive of the people of the area and wants to do more when he wins the primaries and ultimately made MP for Gushegu. The told the swelling crowd that the politics of today needs a vibrant and well-networked people like him to bring the needed development to the area.
He assured the people of his continuous support and his resolve to retain the seat the NPP in the next parliament. In order to facilitate party work, Prince Hardi promised the 25 Electoral Area Coordinators of a motorcycle each.
Three persons have since filed their nominations to contest the NPP parliamentary primaries in the constituency including the incumbent MP, Hon Ziblim Iddi.
Meanwhile, 22 aspiring parliamentary candidates have filed their nominations in nine constituencies of the Northern Region to contest the NPP parliamentary primaries.
Three persons are standing unopposed in the NPP parliamentary primaries in the Northern Region including the Minister for Defense, Hon Dominic Nitiwul for the Bimbilla Constituency, Hon Mathew Nyindam for Kpadai constituency and Hon Mohammed Abdul Samed Gunu for the Savelugu constituency.