The chiefs and people of Great Ningo?in the Dangme West District of the Greater Accra Region?have made public declaration of their unflinching support for the opposition New Patriotic Party in the upcoming December 7 polls.
The chiefs therefore ?urged their subjects and people on Great Ningo to vote the New Patriotic Party’s candidate?for Ningo-Prampram, Mr. Sylvester Tetteh??for the during the December 7 general elections.
The chiefs praised?Mr. Tetteh?for what they described as he?(Mr. Tetteh)?continuous and tremendous support to the area and the constituency at large.
The chiefs congrutlated Mr. Tetteh for exhibiting such philanthropic attitude, then asked their subjects and the people of Great Ningo to ?remember him during the judgment day? adding, ?all what we have to say is that on December 7, remember Mr. Tetteh?..
The Maklalo of Great Ningo who doubles as the President of the Great Ningo Traditional Council, Nene Kanor Atiapah III, made the declaration on behalf of the chiefs and people in the area when the wife of the NPP 2012 flag-bearer, Mrs. Rebecca Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, together with a seven member delegation made a donation towards the Great Ningo Traditional Council and Prampram Traditional Councils? annual Homowo celebration.
Flanked with some of the Ningo traditional leaders including Nene Banahene, Nene Setse, Nene Oyardiea, Nene Kuadi, Nene Bleblo, Nene Sodji and Queen mother of the council, the distraught Nene Bamflo lamented that Great Ningo is lagging behind in development under thestewardship of theMinister of Employment and Social Welfare Mr.?E.T Mensah who doubles the Member of Parliament MP (for) Ningo-Prampram constituency.
According to the chiefs and people, Hon E. T. Mensah who doubles as the Member of Parliament (MP),?stressing that promises for education facility, electricity potable water and roads have not been honoured.
I n this vain Nene Kanor Atiapah disclosed that he has instructed his sub chiefs and their subjects not to vote for the ruling NDC government come December 7?polls.
Meanwhile in an exclusive interview, the NPP parliamentary candidate for Ningo-Prampram, Mr. Sylvester Tetteh has therefore declared his preparedness to wrestle the parliamentary seat from the hand of the NDC and pledged to bring development which had eluded the constituency if voted to represent them in Ghana?s law making body.
Mr. Sylvester who holds a Masters Degree?management and Computing noted that he is aware of the rumours going round that a large number of the supporters from the ruling NDC were allegedly offering support to him.
He said due to his open door administrative policies, readiness to listen to the concern of all irrespective of their political affiliation and his development oriented agenda, he was deeply humbled by the weight of support from across the political divide ahead of the December 7 showdown.
Mr. Tetteh who described himself as a local boy, said he was born and bred at Ningo, had his primary education before moving to Tema.
He said besides working in and outside the country for a number of years, his advantage was having lived in three different belts in Ghana including the northern, middle and southern, and was therefore better placed to appreciate the development challenges of people.
He said the Ningo-Prampram was fast growing and yet faced a number of developmental challenges including resideyial accommodation, sanitation, heath , water, electricity and education among others, adding that his outfit was collaborating with the? corporate institutions and individuals under three-tire agreement to solve some of these problems.