The incumbent Member of Parliament for Ningo/Prampram Constituency, Enoch Teye Mensah has been retained as the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Parliamentary Candidate for Election 2008.
He was declared unopposed by Mr Augustine Ntiamoah, Dangme West District Electoral Officer at the constituency's fifth delegates congress at Prampram
Mr Mensah who would contest the seat for the fifth time was declared unopposed after his opponent Mr Christopher Zutah, an educationist, was disqualified for not being an active member of the Party.
He promised to retain the seat for the Party because the constituency belonged solely to the NDC.
However, Mr Mensah urged Party activists, supporters and sympathisers in the constituency to educate their relatives on the need to register during the re-opening of the voter's registration.
He said the NDC would win 60 per cent of votes in Election 2008, 30 per cent for New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the remaining 10 per cent for the other political parties.
Mr Daniel Annang, Greater Accra Regional Chairman of NDC advised members of the Party not to be satisfied with just winning the seat but must work towards winning with a massive margin.
He explained that a win with a massive margin in NDC safest constituencies including Ningo/Prampram would compensate for the margins in constituencies belonging to the NPP.
Nii Teye Appehnarh, Chairman of Ningo/Prampram Constituency said it had 172 communities and a voter population of about 50,000.