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The National Democratic Congress ( NDC ) National Zongo Caucus Coordinator aspirant, Alhaji Mohammed Mamah has urged party delegates to vote for him to become the next national zongo caucus coordinator of the NDC.
He said with hard work, commitment, unity and respect among the rank and file, he will enure that the party wins massively in the Zongo communities.
According to him NDC under the leadership of former president John Dramani Mahama has chalked massive successes in the area of infrastructure development and improving the socio-economic development of the country.
In an interview with the aspirant in Accra , Alhaji Mamah said he has no doubt in mind about the chances and fortunes of NDC party coming back to power in the 2020 polls.
"I know every single delegate of the umbrella family is seriously yearning for victory in the 2020 polls, which we must all work hard to ensure victory and work hard to improve the living conditions of Ghanaians since the NPP government has failed to deliver prosperity for Ghanaians", he stated.
Mr Mamah reminded all delegates of the great NDC to come out in numbers on the day of election to give him 100 percent endorsement in the upcoming National Executives Elections slated for November 2018.
"In electing new executives, it is important for hardworking delegates to consider voting for aspirants who have rich political experience and competent to discharge their mandate effectively and efficiently in order to make the party so attractive to the first time voters", he noted.
Mr Mamah who is popularly referred to as Alhaji Cole stressed that since he is a grassroots man, he would not hesitate in mobilizing the grassroots very effectively to ensure the ultimate aim of coming back to power is realised.
"It is my hope and prayer that the delegates will vote for Alhaji Mohammed Mamah as the National zongo caucaus Coordinator for NDC to bring his rich political experience to bear and continue his good work in order to bring the party back to power in the 2020 general elections". He explained.
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