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Alhaji Otito’s election as NPP’s PC gives NDC better chance of retaining seat – NDC Parliamentary Candidate

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The National Democratic Congress (NDC) is not fazed by the election of Alhaji Otito Abdallah Achuliwor as the Parliamentary Candidate for the New Patriotic Party (NPP). In fact, according to the Parliamentary Candidate for the NDC, Simon Akibange Aworigo, the chances of the NDC are further enhanced with the election of Alhaji Otito Achuliwor.

Speaking with Mark Smith on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show today, Tuesday, January 16, 2023, Mr. Aworigo explained that “it even goes to confirm that the seat has come home and it is safe.”

Mr. Aworigo added that the NPP’s disunity continues, stressing that “the center cannot hold. The camps are just too many. There is so much division.”

The NDC PC laughed off earlier comments made by the NPP PC, Alhaji Otito Achuliwor, that he is a unifier and would bring together all the real and perceived camps within the NPP in the Navrongo Central Constituency.

“The person who has been elected as their candidate is the division itself. That is what it is. What I am saying is that, much as I won’t want to zoom in on him because it is not about him, it is about the people of Navrongo Central, what I would say is that I think that they could have selected a better candidate.”

Mr. Aworigo continued to argue that the current NPP PC is only running on the legacy left behind by his late brother, John Achuliwor, “whose shoes he cannot even wear.”

“He is not a man of his own. He started off, and if you check, he has been talking about his brother. But you see, they are not the same people. They have got different capabilities. They have got different ways of doing things, and yes, I pay respect to my senior brother, the late John Setun Achuliwor; he was a great man I have a lot to learn from and others like the late Kofi Adda, whom I have a lot to learn from too, as well as Mark Woyongo.”

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Bolgatanga|

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