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NDC parliamentary aspirant for Keta Constituency expresses optimism of victory in 2024

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Dr Emmanuel Kojo Jones-Mensah, a parliamentary aspirant for the Keta Constituency in the Volta Region, is optimistic about his chances of becoming the next parliamentary candidate for the 2024 elections. In an interview with the Ghana News Agency (GNA), he expressed his confidence after successfully going through the vetting exercise required by the party’s constitution.

As number two on the ballot paper, Dr Jones-Mensah believes he has a “two-sure” chance of winning more votes. He faced a petition aimed at disqualifying him from the contest, but he was able to address all the issues and was given the green light to proceed.

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Dr Jones-Mensah is not bothered by the petition, as he knows he has no problems regarding his candidature. His focus is on developmental issues, which he considers a top priority for eradicating economic suffering and poverty in the area. He has already initiated some projects and is committed to serving his constituents by representing them in Parliament.

As the May 13 primary approaches, Dr Jones-Mensah appeals to the delegates to give him the nod for a “new dawn” that will propel development in all aspects of the area. Other aspirants include the incumbent MP, Mr Kwame Dzidzorli Gakpe, Madam Enyonam Apetorgbor, Dr Senanu Kwasi Djokoto, and Mr Paul Mensah Voegborlo.

Dr Jones-Mensah’s positive outlook and commitment to developmental issues are sure to resonate with voters in the Keta Constituency. With the primary approaching, it will be interesting to see how the aspirants fare and who will ultimately represent the NDC in the 2024 elections.

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