The National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) Parliamentary Candidate for the Talensi constituency, Daniel Duun Mahama, expressed optimism regarding the unity among the other seven individuals vying to lead the constituency in the upcoming 2024 general election. According to Mr. Mahama, following the party’s primaries held on May 13, 2023, he has been in contact with the contenders, and they have reciprocated, fostering a harmonious atmosphere and a shared vision to secure the party’s hold on the seat.
He said this when he spoke on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show with Mark Smith, Mr. Mahama added that it is essential that the NDC holds onto the seat.
“After the declaration of the results, they have been so marvellous. A lot of my brothers sent me messages. I tried calling others, and they even cut the line and said, no, we should be calling you instead to congratulate you. And that was great. We have all spoken. I even tried paying a visit to some of them. Uncle Peter, for example, came to greet me, but then, I was in church. I was with my own brother, Solomon TTB. He is my brother, and we sit down and eat together. We do everything together. There has not been a time when he would see me and not call me big bro. I have called Rockson and Hon. Awunnore. We had a very nice chat. As for Dickson, he even came to hug me at the grounds,” he said.
Mr. Mahama explained that ahead of 2024, he would be engaging in party activities and preparing himself for the general election.
Additionally, Mr. Mahama reiterated his desire to serve the people of the area to the best of his capacity.
Mr. Mahama added that he would need the support of the party and general residents of the Talensi constituency to be able to achieve his lofty goal of developing the constituency and improving the welfare of the people who live there.
He shared these thoughts when he spoke to Mark Smith on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show.
“Truly, I am prepared to serve. As a human being, I cannot do everything, but I can do the very best that I can to improve the lives of the people,” he stated.
If given the nod to lead the constituency as Member of Parliament, Mr. Mahama explained that given the sacrifices many played to get him elected, it would not be proper of him to abandon residents.
Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana