Time To Serve Ghana! Why Kojo Oppong Nkrumah Is Contesting NPP Parliamentary Primary

Former Super Morning Show host of Joy FM, Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah has finally confirmed his decision to contest for political office on the ticket of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP).

Oppong Nkrumah has picked nomination forms to contest in the NPP’s upcoming parliamentary primaries for the Ofoase Ayeribi constituency in the Eastern Region.

Confirming his decision on Facebook, he said “My decision to run for public office is not one I have made lightly. I have weighed the calls and encouragements to run, against the potential risks and discomforts of Political life. I have spent weeks consulting with delegates and members of my community and my family.”

He is hopeful of winning the primary and to win the MP slot for the New Patriotic Party in the 2016 General Elections so he can help to turn around the fortunes of the constituency and the country.Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah

Read his full post below:

“Good day.

I will like to officially announce that I will be running for the Parliamentary Candidature of the New Patriotic Party in the Ofoase-Ayirebi constituency.

My decision to run for public office is not one I have made lightly. I have weighed the calls and encouragements to run, against the potential risks and discomforts of Political life. I have spent weeks consulting with delegates and members of my community and my family.

In Ghana today many of us complain about the ills of our nation. However, few of us are willing to offer ourselves to be part of the process of fixing these ills. Many of us think nothing can be done. Others think the costs will be too high.

After careful consideration, I am of the view that many more of us can put aside our personal needs and take up a challenge higher than ourselves. I believe that many more of us who are unhappy with the status-quo must step up and be part of the process of fixing our problems.

In the weeks ahead therefore, I will be going through my party’s nomination, filing and campaign processes ahead of the June 13 parliamentary primaries. I hope I will be successful at the end of the day so I can contribute my quota directly to my party, my constituency and my nation.

I thank all persons and groups who have already expressed support and well wishes for this decision. I will count on their support in my campaign. I thank my family for agreeing that I take up this challenge.

Together we can win this primary. Together we can win the 2016 election. Together we can turn around the fortunes of this constituency and our nation.”

By GhanaGist.ComKojo Oppong Nkrumah_opt

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