The battle line has been drawn for the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) Parliamentary contest in the Tamale Central constituency with a former Tamale Mayor, Abdul Rahman Abdul Hanan Gundadoo being the first to officially declare his intention.
Accompanied by former constituency executives to the party's constituency office, the former Tamale Mayor picked the nomination forms today, Wednesday, July 10.
Abdul Hanan Gundadoo who has been nursing his ambition for long relaxed for the incumbent Tamale Central constituency NDC Legislator, Hon. Alhaji Inusah Fuseini to accomplish his development agenda for the area.
Hon. Inusah Fuseini's decision not to seek re-election at the 2020 polls encouraged the former Tamale Mayor to join the race.
The NDC's Parliamentary hopeful promised to avoid character assassination and the use of intemperate language during his campaigns.
He pledged to build an ultra modern constituency office there when he gets the nod to represent the constituents in Parliament.
In view of his unprecedented record as a former Tamale Mayor, majority of the NDC supporters there have tipped him to be Hon. Inusah Fuseini's worthy successor.
Recounting his days as a Mayor, he was referred to as “Tuma Lana” and "Daa Naa" amongst others.
His enviable achievements as Mayor of Tamale Metro cuts across from youth development, trade, transportation, education, water and sanitation and they are evidence of his complementary leadership style.
Hon. Gundadoo is well vest with the issues confronting Tamale Central and is believes he can build on the good foundation laid by the outgoing Member of Parliament, Hon Inusah Fuseini.
He is an International Chartered procurement professional and an IT expert brings on board his rich experience as a former Assemblyman, a Former Presiding Member and the immediate past Mayor of Tamale Metro.
Tamale Central Constituency is the heartbeat of the Northern Region and it is one of the NDC's strongholds.
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