Michael Tetteh Kwetey, a National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary aspirant, has expressed confidence in winning the upcoming primary as he contests the incumbent, Sam Nartey George.
To the 40-year-old businessman, who has served as the party’s branch chairman, constituency secretary and constituency chairman in Ningo Prampram, said he is willing to develop the constituency in every way possible.
Mr Kwetey described the upcoming primary as a fierce race following his defeat in 2012 and disqualification against Sam George.
His nomination form was picked up and filed by grassroots supporters.
The aspirant, according to the grassroots supporters, is known to be supporting over 200 pupils and students from kindergarten to university in his constituency, as well as the monetary support for the Prampram Polyclinic which he intends to upgrade to a district hospital if voted for.