A Former Member of Parliament(MP) for Twifo Atti-Morkwa constituency, Hon Samuel Ato Amoah has appealed to the rank and file of the biggest opposition party, the National Democratic Congress(NDC) to shun factionalism and and work towards recapturing power from the ruling New Patriotic Party(NPP).
He was disappointed about what he called the ‘bad leadership’ under the current NPP government that had thrown the country into economic crises, citing that, “it’s only the NDC that could rescue the country from the present turmoil”.
In an exclusive interview with Mynewsgh.com reporter Hajia Asana Gordon, Mr. Ato Amoah appealed to all the NDC members both the National, Regional and Constituencies to fully unite to wrest power from the NPP government.
“When we are united and we all hold onto the umbrella tightly, not even an elephant party can come near us”, Mr. Ato Amoah stated.
According to him, “the NDC party is so lucky to have general Mosquito as the National Chairman of the party to work effectively to win the 2024 elections for the NDC”.
Mr. Ato Amoah charged the party members to strongly rally behind the leadership of the party and work extra hard for the party to achieve its aim of winning power, “since the ruling NPP can never break the 8 years they are boasting of”.
Mr. Ato Amoah claimed that not even a single project had been initiated in the Twifo Atti-Morkwa constituency since the NPP assumed office.
He however called on the Central Regional Minister, Mrs. Justina Marigold Assan, President Nana Addo and other government officials to as a matter of urgency give the constituency its share of development.
Mr. Ato Amoah who announced his bid to re-contest the NDC upcoming parliamentary primaries promised to use his common fund to reshape deplorable roads within the constituency.
He said he had made meaningful contributions as a former MP, which include paying of hospital bills and school fees among others.
He hoped the NDC would acknowledge his good deeds and allow him to represent Twifo Atti-Mokwa constituency again.