Former Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection to contest the Adentan Parliamentary Primaries.


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Former Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection, Nana Oye Lithur, has officially filed her nomination forms to contest the Adenta parliamentary seat on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

Speaking after officially filing, the Human Right Lawyer said, following consultations with her family, mentors and some executives within the constituency, she has taken a decision to offer herself as Parliament candidate in a bid to reclaimed Adenta seat for the NDC.

According to her, she is a winnable, branded, marketed, humble, trusted, hardworking, brave courageous, knowledgeable endearing Parliament candidate and subsequent will be the first Female MP for the Adentan constituency should delegates vote for her on the 24th August primaries.

Nana Oye Lithur, further stated that, her major priority as Parliament Candidate should she be given the nod, will be to galvanize the strength and unite the party at the constituency, ward, and branch level going into the 2020 election.

She has therefore promise to ensure an active resourced branches, efficient coordination at ward level, well- functioning administrative staff and expansion to include IT at the party office.

Receiving the nomination forms, the constituency Secretary for Adenta Patrick Suatah, said the party will ensure an equal level playing field for all aspirants, and urge her and her campaign team not to engage in campaign that will divide the party after the primaries.

The Constituency Chairman, Alhaji Baba Zakaria Abdulai, Director of Elections Golo Christian Koeme, Constituency Secretary Patrick Suatah as well as some executives were present.