The New Patriotic Party’s Aspiring Member of Parliament for the Odododiodoo Constituency, Nii Lantei Bannerman has said that the NPP would win the constituency seat in the December elections.
Speaking on Point of View with renowned Journalist and one time Journalist of the Year Award winner, and monitored by GhanaPlus.com, the NPP aspirant said the Nana Addo led NPP has performed excessively well in the constituency and that was enough reasons why the electorates would give him and party the node on December 7, 2020.
“I believe strongly that this election is about track records and if you look at the records of the NDC despite the fact that they have been winning the elections in the constituency as compared to what the NPP have done in less than 4years, the people themselves have seen the difference between the NDC and the NPP and I can tell you the party is on cause to win the seat again”.
NPP’s Achievement in Odododiodoo
He taunted the numerous developmental projects the NPP administration had embarked on in it less than four years term in office, indicating that the people were happy with their achievement.
He mentioned the construction of the Salaga Market, a project he said had been abandoned by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for over 24years.
He also mentioned the construction of James Town Habour, construction of two Astroturf parks at Bukom and Mantse Aboana, and a road leading to the busy business market of the Agbogbloshie Market and many others.
In the areas of employment, Nii Lantei Bannerman said the constituency had benefited from all government intervention including NABCO, Youth Employment, and other financial supports to petty traders.
“And when it comes to Masloc and the intervention that the government gave, a lot of people have benefited and they can see the difference between the NDC and the NPP and that is what is working for us”.
“I can tell you, Bernard, that you will be surprised NPP will win the Odododioo Constituency,” he added.
Odododiodoo Constituency Parliamentary Seat
The Opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has been dominant as far as the Odododiodoo parliamentary seat is concerned with the current Member of Parliament (MP) for the area, Nii Lantei Vanderpuje coming from the camp of the NDC.
The NPP on the other hand had won the seats three times only, out of the seven elections held since the country return to constitutional rule in 1992.