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I’m here to win Nabdam NDC primaries, not to market myself – Lamtii Apanga

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Lamtii Apanga, a private legal practitioner and parliamentary candidate hopeful for the National Democratic Congress in the Nabdam District of the Upper East Region, is confident that he would unseat the current MP for the area, Mark Kurt Nawaane, and become the candidate to lead the party into the 2024 general election. 

Lawyer Apanga explained that the independent research conducted shows that the delegates have bought into his ideas for the development of Nabdam and would give him the nod on May 13, 2023. 

“I am going into this contest to win. As you can see, we are winning. We have undertaken our own independent surveys. The outcomes of the surveys have indicated that we are in the lead. More importantly, the reception we have received from the delegates has been overwhelming, so there is hope. I can say for sure that there is hope for winning the election.”

“Indeed, we have seen some of the reactions from the other side and how frustrated they have become and the knee-jerk reactions they are taking. Those are indications that clearly, the time for change, the time for Lamtii, is now. I am not in this contest to market myself. I am in this contest to win,” he said. 

In an earlier conversation on the same platform, Mr. Apanga said he was looking forward to mentoring and guiding 10 people from the constituency to become lawyers

The assistance and guidance would help to demystify the legal profession and allow interested individuals to receive the assistance they require while pursuing their dreams.

Lawyer Apanga, who is the Director of Legal Affairs for the NDC in the Upper East Region, explained that this move would be one of the many he has planned to help develop the Nabdam area. 

His plea, thus, was to the electorate. Lawyer Apanga was hopeful that he would be given the chance to become MP for the area. 

“I have personally put on myself, a target to support young people in the legal profession. I want to be able to support and encourage 10 lawyers in 10 years. Fortunately, as I speak to you today, there are 5 lawyers from Nabdam. The five, they didn’t start today. Two of them are in their LLB final year. This year, we have 2 who have obtained admission,” he said. 

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana

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