The National Democratic Congress (NDC) is poised to win the Asante-Akim North parliamentary seat for the first time, Alhaji Adams Sulley Yussif, the Parliamentary Candidate, has stated.
He said the party was working hard to break the jinx and liberate the people from bad leadership which had stifled development in the constituency for many years.
Alhaji Sulley told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) after a health walk that victory of the NDC in the constituency was beckoning considering the enthusiasm with which the people were accepting the message of the NDC.
The walk which started from Pekyerekye and ended at Domeabra formed part of strategies to galvanize the support base of the party towards victory on December 7.
Thousands of supporters who participated in the exercise converged at the forecourt of the Domeabra Palace where the leadership of the party paid a courtesy call on the Paramount Chief, Barffour Owusu Bediako.
Alhaji Sulley said his message, which hinged on peace, unity, and development was resonating well with the people and was positive that it would translate into votes.
“There is so much insecurity in the constituency and the posture of the Member of Parliament as a leader is not helping matters so the people are clamouring for change”, he opined.
He said the abysmal performance of the MP, Andy Appiah Kubi had left many constituents dejected and determined to vote for change and speedy development.
He, therefore, encouraged the electorate to take that bold step in the collective interest of transforming the constituency to improve the lives of the people.