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Charles Bawa-Dua confident of securing NDC ticket in Bongo Constituency primaries

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Lawyer Charles Bawa-Dua believes that NDC delegates in the Bongo Constituency come May 13th, 2023, will give him the opportunity to represent the party on the ticket. According to him, the reports he receives from the ground and what he sees while moving around to campaign are convincing enough that he is winning the election. He further notes that since this was his third attempt, the delegates know him well now and that he’s doing certain things differently. As such, he’s relaxed and convinced of victory come 13th May, 2023.  

“Indeed, it is clear on the ground that the people think that this is the time they should give me the opportunity. So, it appears to me that on this occasion victory is more likely than not, judging from what I see and hear and the things people tell me on the ground as I move around campaigning.”

“Clearly, the fact that I have contested two earlier primaries puts me in a position by reason of the experience I have had. I’m doing certain things differently than I would have done or did in the last two contests. The people also now know me better than they did before. You can see that I am relaxed and convinced that victory is on its way come May 13, 2023.”

According to the Labour Lawyer, the delegates and the NDC in the constituency have had the opportunity to experience the leadership of the MP and believe its time for him to show what he can do to take the constituency to greater heights.

“They have experienced the current MP, and they think that why don’t we give Lawyer Charles Bawa-Dua an opportunity to also show us what he can do in terms of the development of the constituency.”

Bawa-Dua faces stiff competition from the incumbent MP and a professor at the University of Education, Winneba. However, he is confident that he has the necessary support to emerge victorious in the upcoming primaries on May 13th, 2023.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Gerard Awombadek Asagi|Ghana

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