The Member of Parliament for Nabdam Constituency in the Upper East Region, Dr. Kurt-Mark Nawaane, filed his nomination to contest the NDC primaries on Monday, March 20, 2023. Dr. Nawaane called on supporters to see the contest as a family affair devoid of insults.
According to the MP, politics is about sharing ideas and building unity, so members of the party should focus on how to win power in the 2024 elections.
Speaking to the media after filing his nomination form, the MP thanked the delegates for their continued support.
“Being accompanied by 90% of the delegates to file my nomination means a lot to me. And I’m assuring them that I will not disappoint them. We will collectively work to achieve the victory that we want. But I want to state that we need to be united to lead the NDC as a party to victory in the 2024 elections. No campaigns of insults will be allowed,” he added.
According to members of Dr. Nawaane’s campaign team, there are more than 480 delegates in the constituency. About 400 of them led the incumbent Member of Parliament to the party office to submit his nomination form.
It was testament to the MP’s deliberate attempt to develop the area, the team members suggested.
In the Nabdam constituency, the incumbent MP and Lawyer Lamtii Apanga have so far filed nominations to contest the primaries.
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