Chief of Battor campaigns for Okudzeto Ablakwa

Speaking at the campaign launch, Torgbega Dzekle Patamia said the level of development the NDC member has brought to his community is laudable.

Chief of Battor, Torgbega Dzekle Patamia

Chief of Battor, Torgbega Dzekle Patamia, has thrown his full weight behind the incumbent MP for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, towards his bid to contest in the NDC primaries.

He has therefore urged NDC members in his area to vote massively for Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa in the November 7 primary as well as the 2016 general elections so that he can continue his developmental agenda for the constituency.

"If you want the good thing to come, you know what to do, if you want to go back to the old time, it is up to you", he cautioned his people.

“He [Ablakwa] is the one delivering on his promises, would you allow another person to come and start afresh? Let us build on his achievements, let us support him, let us give him all the necessary encouragement to deliver on his promises," he stated.

Meanwhile, scores of NDC supporters and sympathizers trooped to the R.C Park in Battor in the North Tongu district to witness the mammoth campaign launch.

The well patronized launch was characterized by a float through the principal streets of Battor.

Mr. Ablakwa nicknamed "Torgbe Worgbedzi" meaning "delivering on promises" in Ewe charged party faithfuls to vote for him alongside President Mahama in the November 7 primaries for more development projects.


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