NPP Primaries: Let's put rivalries behind us and move Kwadaso forward - Candidate Elect to his opponents
He dedicated the victory to his late wife, Adwoa Nyarkoaa Antwi, late child and in-law for their hard work during their time.
The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Parliamentary candidate-elect in the Kwadaso Constituency, Dr. Kinsley Nyarko has asked fellow aspirants to put an end to rivalry and unite for one mission, which is helping to impel the party to win massively in the December 7 elections.
The Executive Secretary of the National Accreditation Board believes that Ghana can be improved when the NPP government is merited to continue his reign.
“I will entreat the other two competitors to put rivalry behind us and help move the New Patriotic Party forward,” he said during his briefing.
"If we retain power in December, the President, Nana Akufo Addo, would accomplish many things to help move Ghana forward.
“Unity is strength and I believe very well that Kwadaso will be a better place to live in my term,” he added.
Dr. Kingsley Nyarko recorded 172 votes and conquered the incumbent Member of Parliament, Hon. Dr. Samiu Kwadwo Nuamah who came second by a number of 158 votes.
He comforted his opponents and guaranteed to serve the community for the progress of Kwadaso and inhabitants' welfare.
“To my competitors; S. K. Nuamah and Vincent Frimpong Manu for the tough competition. I believe this is my time to serve the people and will do better.
“I thank God Almighty for the victory, team Kingsley for the hard work and all residents of Kwadaso for such an honor. The constituents have demonstrated love towards me and I am very grateful."
He acknowledged the work of the media and dedicated the victory to his late wife, Adwoa Nyarkoaa Antwi, late child and in-law for their hard work during their time.
“I also extend this victory to my late wife, Adwoa Nyarkoaa Antwi, late child and in-law. I wish they were alive to taste the fruit of their labor,” he ended.