The NDC Parliamentary Hopeful for Ningo-Prampram Constituency Samuel George Nartey, has argued that, his political mentor and father Enoch Teye Mensah, tested his political maturity by allowing him a contest in The Ningo-Prampram NDC primary which saw him unseating the incumbent Member Of Parliament.
Speaking at the official launch of his campaign, he said, he stands tall among his opponent due to the fact that, he was tutored, nurtured and groomed politically by Enoch Teye Mensah.
The affable Presidential Staffer, again discounted assertions that, there is a serious rift between him and his former boss, although the disgruntled Member Of Parliament, was conspicuously missing at the launch of his campaign.
Speaking exclusively to XYZ News’ Ibrahim Obeng-Mensah, he said, his primary objective of leading The NDC campaign, is centred on human capital development.
He added that, agriculture will be made an integral part of his agenda and by extension make the area a hub-birth of the southern sector.
Delving deeper, he opined that, fish farmers within the area will be given the needed boost to ensure that, lights fishing and petrolling are brought to a halt.
The Deputy Minister For Finance And Economic Planning, Mona Quartey, on her part, diffuse the assertion that, the absence of the aggrieved Member Of Parliament does not connote bad impression about the NDC within the constituency.
She further reckoned that, their candidate is keen in selling the NDC’s political mantra Changing Lives, Transforming Ghana.
Source: radioxyzonline/ Ibrahim Obeng-Mensah