With the opposition National Democratic Congress NDC parliamentary primaries due in a few weeks’ time, one of the aspirant contesting the Ningo Prampram parliamentary slot in the greater Accra region, Michael Teye Kwetey, has vowed to unseat the incumbent MP Sam George.
Michael Teye Kwetey, who is campaigning on job creation and development, says the Ningo Prampram constituency is clamoring for change due to the failure of the incumbent MP, Sam George.
The 40-year-old businessman who has since been vetted and cleared by the party, is confident of beating his opponent the incumbent MP Sam George.
Accusing the incumbent of failing on his numerous campaign promises to the people of prampram, especially with the yet to be fulfilled construction of a brewery factory by the MP, Michael Kwetey says, he is the only reliable candidate the good people of prampram have hope in.
He said when given the nod, he will institute a fund which will provide startup loans for the youth to engage in any business of their choices.
He is also promising to organize a yearly entrepreneurship and skills training programs for women and the teeming youth who have the desire of acquiring technical and vocational skilled profession.
On his track records in the constituency, the immediate past chairman of the NDC for the Ningo Prampram constituency, mentioned the construction and rehabilitation of several police posts in the constituency, as well as the construction of a one storey constituency office for the NDC in Prampam.
On the performance of the NPP government, Michael Teye Kwetey, said the government has failed Ghanaians and it’s of a clear evidence that, the populace are clamoring for change. “The NPP Government has failed miserably considering it failure to realise it’s numerous unrealistic promises, he added.