It seems there are dog fight in Ablekuma Central (ABC) Constituency of the New Patriotic Party, NPP, of the Greater Accra Region, as the party prepares toward its primaries to elect Parliamentary candidates for the various constituencies in the upcoming 2020 general elections.
Some delegates and sympathizers of the party in the constituency have said, the party’s Member of Parliament, Hon. Ebenezer Nii Narh Nattey, have been the worse NPP MP the party have produce in the history of the constituency.
A visit to the constituency by our reporter to ascertain the performance of the MP and interview he the MP granted to an Accra base Asempa Fm where he outlined some projects he the MP claimed to have undertaken in the constituency.
According to the electorates, checks they conducted revealed that all the projects the MP claimed to have executed are lies and does not tally with what he said during his interview on Asempa Fm.
The electorates further revealed that the MP has no proper planning when it comes to developing the constituency.
Delegates who spoked to our reporter states that, they the delegates find it so difficult to defend the MP in any debate in the constituency achievements.
“Ebenezer Narh has been a disgrace to us in the constituency and his relations with constituents makes the party unpopular. ” One of the delegate noted.
According to the delegates, the disrespectful attitude of the MP is unprecedented adding; there are a lot of issues between him the MP and the electorates which can make the party lose the Parliamentary seat to the NDC.
It will be recall that the ABC Communication Bureau of National Democratic Congress NDC sets the records straight to counter the said interview the MP granted to Asempa Fm.
The Communication Officer for the NDC in ABC, Hon. Vivian Sallah in the press statement revealed that the said projects the MP claimed to have done is an achievement of the NDC and not his.
She stated that some of the projects started by the erstwhile President John Agyakum Kuffour’s administration and was completed by the Mills-Mahama administration.
When the projects were completed, the Member of Parliament for the constituency at the time was the NDC’s Hon Theophilos Tetteh Chai.