Mama Pat targets 85% In December Polls; Calls For Unity

Member of Parliament for Asokwa constituency Madam Patricia Appiagyei is targeting 85 percent of total votes cast the upcoming General Elections.

She says her work has been made easier by the good works of the New Patriotic Party Government which have had loads of commendations from the general Ghanaian populace.

Mama Pat said they only impediment that can prevent her and their party's flag bearer from going beyond their 2016 performance will be disunity, therefore she called on all and sundry to join the party when the campaign begins.

The party's 2016 flag bearer, Nana Akufo Addo polled 83.90 while Mama Pat polled 83.17. The parliamentary candidate-elect was sure that with unity they could do far higher than their previous performance.

Addressing a section of the delegates after her acclamation at the Asokwa Youth Center, Mama Pat thanked the delegates and party hierarchy for their trust in her, promising not to fail them.

She begged anyone who had been hurt by her actions and, or inactions to forgive her and join the party fight against the National Democratic Congress.

Sompahemaa, as she is affectionately called begged the delegates to send the party's slogan of “four more to do more” into their homes and win more votes for the party.

Being the first person to be occupying the seat for the third time, and being a female as well, was the bragging slogan of many of her supporters who strongly believes she deserves the opportunity given her by the party's delegates.


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