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Inusah Fuseini should go unopposed ...

..in NDC primaries in tamale central

I have observed with keen interest politics of the Tamale Central constituency where I hail from and realized that, most of the constituents, including some members of the opposition, leading members of the NDC, Chiefs, Mallams, opinion leaders and the youth are poised to have Roads and Highways Minister Hon Inusah Fuseini, a renowned lawyer, who is currently described as the Northern Political Giant not to be contested in the upcoming NDC parliamentary primaries.

Since he became the MP of the constituency after the dramatic resignation of Dr. Wayo Seini from the NDC, Inusah worked hard to retain the seat for the NDC during the bye-election that followed in 2005.

He has conducted himself very well and proved his sense of maturity; his development-oriented leadership, passion for youth development and empowerment as well as peacemaking have earned him a chieftaincy title MALIGU NAA which simply means PEACEMAKER.

In the health sector, he has built a hospital at MOSHI ZONGO, a suburb within the constituency and has also assisted most people undergo dialysis and treatment of heart diseases.

Again, he has built a millennium school at TISHIGU and assisted most students to pay their school fees.

With his youth empowerment zeal, he has assisted many of the youth, both skilled and unskilled, to acquire jobs. He has also assisted the aged to acquire health insurance cards and visits them consistently to associate himself with their problems.

He is said to be caring, efficient and responds to their problems as quickly as possible and such that, the need to honor him by letting him go unopposed when NDC organizes its parliamentary primaries later in the year. This view is carried across the political divide within the constituency.

He is humble, selfless, kind, approachable, caring, a listener, team player and opens to all irrespective of your political divide.

I also support the call on the NDC to let him go unopposed, not because he is likely to lose, but rather it would save the party the resources for the voting process.

Thank you for the space




Columnist: Kpenaa, Abu Yussif

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