The Parliamentary Candidate for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), in the Navrongo Central Constituency Sampson Tamgombu Chiragia has asked the Upper East Regional Minister, Tangoba Abayage to patch up with Kofi Adda for all the fallouts during their electioneering campaign.
Tangoba Abayage beat off stiff competition from the Aviation Minister who doubles as the Member of Parliament for Navrongo Central, Kofi Adda Saturday when the NPP went to the polls to elect Parliamentary Candidates for the Constituencies where the party has sitting Members of Parliament.
In congratulating her and reminding her of the task ahead, Sampson Tamgombu Chiragia said “On behalf of the NDC Navrongo Central Constituency, the flagbearer of the NDC, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama and on my own behalf as the NDC Parliamentary candidate for the Navrongo Central Constituency, allow me to congratulate the two NPP Parliamentary aspirants Hon. Kofi Adda and Hon. Tangoba Abayage and of course the entire Navrongo Central NPP for the overall prevailing peace that characterized the just ended NPP Parliamentary Primaries in which Hon. Tangoba emerged the victor”.
He further added that ” Hon. Abayage, my sister, deserves tons of accolades for emerging triumphant in this overly keenly contested Primaries . Needless to say, it has not been easy for her slugging it out with my elder brother, Hon Kofi Adda , who, to all intents and purposes is a consummated politician. There is no gainsaying the fact that Hon.Kofi Adda fought a good fight and lost gallantly. It is trite knowledge that in every contestation there must certainly be a loser and a winner, against this backdrop I can only say hard luck to Hon. Kofi Adda and I wish him better luck next time around”.
To him, he wants a formidable team to beat come December 2020 so it’s imperative that Tangoba Abayage and Kofi Adda patch up so he enjoys his victory.
“Permit me to state without any scintilla of hesitation in my mind that it is my wish that the two contestants patched up any differences and fallouts that may have resulted from this bitterly fought elections. I need a united and formidable opponent in the NPP to batter come December 7, not a fragmented Party – the victory is sweetest when the opponent had been tough.”
Source: MyNewsGh.com/Ayeh Offei-Akoto/2020