Nuhu Adnan, the Upper West Regional Organizer of thePeople’s National Convention (PNC), has hailed the output of the Parliamentary Candidate (PC) of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for Wa Central constituency, Hajia Humu Awudu.
He stated that the developmental growth the woman brought to the constituency even when she was not holding any portfolio within that short period was mind-boggling.
He said even though it would be out of place to dismiss the incumbent MP, Dr. Hassan Rashid Peluo, of having done nothing, he believed the work of Hajia Humu was simply amazing.
Speaking to Prince Abayema on Tungsung Radio Thursday, December 3, 2020, on the Yeliminga afternoon socio-political show, Masinga, as he is affectionately called, revealed that the PNC was not declaring its support for any candidate in WaCentral even though they did not field a candidate to contest the elections.
According to him, the PNC was approaching the elections in a strategic manner in order to try to grow their ranks hence, the reason they chose only some selected constituencies to contestin.
He said there was no need for him to indicate which party the PNC sympathizers should vote for since his party has not declared its support for any political party.
GH Malema, disclosed the intent of the party to field a formidable candidate in 2024 to cause an upset.
He was full of praise for the NPP Candidate, Hajia Humu,especially the acquisition of Educational Scholarships. He was impressed she offered the scholarships to the beneficiaries without taking a pesewa from them while others usually sold them out to make money.
He believed Hajia Humu had done more than what the incumbent had achieved during his 16-year reign.
GH Malema noted that the PC had already changed the face and narrative of party politics in the constituency having raised the standards so high that any potential aspirant would have to brace up well to be able to fit in.
He therefore charged the electorate to vote for a candidate that is results-oriented and has the capability to attract the needed growth for the constituency.