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WALAAHI, MILLS LOUDMOUTHS NOW FIGHTING FOR MP JOBS

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2011-07-01 15:02:15


Who Is Victor Smith?…Even Mills Will Be No Match For Me - J.B. Danquah

Date: 01-Jul-2011

Former Deputy Minister of Women and Children’s Affairs in the erstwhile Kufuor Administration, J. B. Danquah Adu, has vowed to knock out any political opponent that will square off with him for the Akim Abuakwa North seat in the 2012 elections.

The former deputy minister believes not even the President, Professor John Evans Atta Mills can win if pitted against him for that particular seat.

Interestingly, J.B Danquah Adu who is aspiring for the seat on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), was once the Member of Parliament for the area. He lost the bid to represent the constituents to NPPs Prof Samuel Kwadwo Amoako, but in a dramatic parliamentary primary held on April 30th, he soundly defeated the incumbent who polled just two (2) votes whiles he (J.B) polled 296 of the delegates’ votes.

The jostle for the Abuakwa North seat heightened following the decision by Victor Smith, Ghana’s Ambassador to Serbia and former aide to ex-president Rawlings to try his luck in the parliamentary elections on the ticket of the ruling party.

Widely considered a no-go area for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), the former Head of Protocol at the Presidency told newsmen a couple of weeks ago that he is motivated by the numerous calls on him from constituents both home and abroad to challenge the NPP for the seat.

But in an apparent response to Victor Smith’s declaration, the former Deputy Minister threw down the gauntlet to his competitor and confidently stated he will retain the seat for the NPP no matter who contests against him.

J.B. Danquah Adu He was speaking to the media after the presentation of GH¢ 30,000 to the Akyem Old Tafo Presbyterian Church in aid of some projects being undertaken by the church. The donation was the aspiring MP's contribution to the spread of the gospel and growth of God’s church.

Mr. J.B. Danquah Adu also used the occasion to impress upon the youth in his constituency and Ghanaians in general the need to do away with any form of electoral violence before, during and after the 2012 General Elections.

Rev Sam Koranteng, who received the presentation on behalf of the Presbyterian Church, commended the aspirant for the kind gesture and prayed for God’s blessings over his life and that of his family.

Source: Peacefmonline.com

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