Elvis Morris Donkor, Member of Parliament for Abura Asebu Kwamankese Constituency in the Central Region, has stated that he will be unable to achieve all of his campaign pledges in under eight years.
According to the MP who has submitted his candidacy papers to run for a third term, eight years in government is a finite amount of time to fulfill all of his campaign pledges.
In an interview, the Member of Parliament stated that he feels the New Patriotic Party (NPP) delegates handing him another mandate to remain in Parliament will benefit the constituency much.
He urged delegates to vote for him in the forthcoming primary so that he can run in the 2024 parliamentary election and serve a third term in parliament.
Mr. Donkor urged the Abura Asebu Kwamankese NPP constituency executives to hold free and fair primaries for all contenders.
Meanwhile, the fishermen and fishmongers who chose the nomination forms for the MP said they trust in him, which is why they purchased the forms for him.
They claim he has pioneered several initiatives, including landing beaches in most fishing settlements in the area, and that if re-elected for a fourth term, he would do even better.