Frank Annoh-Dompreh, the Member of Parliament for Nsawam Adoagyiri has reiterated his unflinching support for Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia in the upcoming NPP Presidential primaries.
Mr. Annoh-Dompreh has said the party can depose him as Majority Chief Whip in Parliament for supporting the Vice President since nothing can change his loyalty to him.
According to the MP, it is only Dr. Bawumia who possesses what it takes to permeate the grassroots of the party and the many floating voters who will help the NPP win power for the third term.
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Also, despite the other candidates being qualified, Dr. Bawumia is the only person that can, aside from winning floating voters, enter the stronghold of the National Democratic Congress to win hearts for the NPP.
He continued that, the NDC is making all things possible to ensure Dr. Bawumia loses the polls because he is the only threat to them in the 2024 general elections.
“Why is the NDC calling for a particular candidate and not Dr Bawumia? The NDC don’t want Dr Bawumia because they know the harm he will cause to them,” he said on Accra-based Asempa FM.
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He also expressed elation over majority of the NPP MPs who have shown support for the former deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana in the upcoming in-house polls.
He urged the NPP delegates not to do anything else on the election day than electing Bawumia as their flagbearer.
“I can feel the victory coming; the man is going to win so I urge delegates to be resolute and focus on Dr Mahamudu Bawumia. He will hold the flag of leadership of our party and he will take us to the promised land,” Mr Annoh-Dompreh said.
He continued that: “…then they will tell you to leave the Whip position. The party can take their whip position and nothing will change my support for Dr. Bawumia.”
Listen to him in the audio below:
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