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Regional News Mon, 15 Mar 2004

I'll contest again for my parliamentary seat-Edumadze

Ajumako-Nkwantanum (C/R), Mar. 15, GNA- Mr Isaac Edumadze, the Central Regional Minister and MP for Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam constituency, on Sunday declared his intention to re-contest the seat during the parliamentary elections in December.
He therefore appealed to party members and supporters to ignore rumours being peddled by his political opponents that he would not stand again.
Mr Edumadze, was addressing more than 150 polling station agents of the New patriotic Party (NPP), at a forum organised by the party to map out strategies to win the 2004 general elections, at Nkwantanum, near Ajumako.
He told the participants that the party's victory in the constituency would depend on them, and asked that they should be dedicated to the party and co-operate with each other to ensure victory.
The MP asked the agents to ensure that all party members register to enable them to exercise their franchise.
Mr Edumadze said the government is determined to "deviate from the lies of past governments", and always abide by the truth and appealed to Ghanaians to assess its achievements in its three years in office to return it into power.
Mr Kenneth Obempong, the District Chief Executive said the government has undertaken 90 projects in the district since it assumed power.
He said the projects, included construction and rehabilitation of schools, staff quarters and public places of convenience.
Mr Albert Essuman, regional secretary of the party said a victory of the party in the 2004 elections "would spell the doom" of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and tasked the polling agents to work assiduously to ensure victory.

Ajumako-Nkwantanum (C/R), Mar. 15, GNA- Mr Isaac Edumadze, the Central Regional Minister and MP for Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam constituency, on Sunday declared his intention to re-contest the seat during the parliamentary elections in December.
He therefore appealed to party members and supporters to ignore rumours being peddled by his political opponents that he would not stand again.
Mr Edumadze, was addressing more than 150 polling station agents of the New patriotic Party (NPP), at a forum organised by the party to map out strategies to win the 2004 general elections, at Nkwantanum, near Ajumako.
He told the participants that the party's victory in the constituency would depend on them, and asked that they should be dedicated to the party and co-operate with each other to ensure victory.
The MP asked the agents to ensure that all party members register to enable them to exercise their franchise.
Mr Edumadze said the government is determined to "deviate from the lies of past governments", and always abide by the truth and appealed to Ghanaians to assess its achievements in its three years in office to return it into power.
Mr Kenneth Obempong, the District Chief Executive said the government has undertaken 90 projects in the district since it assumed power.
He said the projects, included construction and rehabilitation of schools, staff quarters and public places of convenience.
Mr Albert Essuman, regional secretary of the party said a victory of the party in the 2004 elections "would spell the doom" of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and tasked the polling agents to work assiduously to ensure victory.

Source: GNA