Out of the 7 people who have been cleared to contest the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Primaries in the Walewale Constituency in the North East Region, there only two female candidates vying to lead the party in the parliamentary elections on December 7, 2020.
On Tuesday February 18, 2020, Dr Susana Alo Aga, a development communications specialist and Board Member of the Ghana Free Zones Authority, accompanied by her teaming supporters, stormed the NPP constituency office in Walewale to file her nomination forms.
Dr. Susana is the third candidate to have submitted forms to the NPP constituency office to contest the incumbent member of Parliament, Dr. Sagri Bangbangi.
Her message to the delegates was that of hope and service in other to facilitate the good works of President Akuffo-Addo in the Walewale constituency.
She promise to put the needs of delegates and electorates in all her dealings in other to achieve the desire development the people need.
“I believe the NPP exists because of the delegates, footsoldiers and the vigorous campaign undertaken by the party, and I won’t let you down”she stated.
Dr. Susana Alo mentioned empowering delegates, party executives and the electorates were key in her agenda.
According to the aspirant, being a member of Parliament isn’t just about law making but also going an extra mile by knocking on the right doors to ensure healthy development comes to the door steps of the constituents.
She noted the youth and women in the constituency were lacking behind and are yarning for development which needs a dedicated and committed MP in addressing those challenges.
Dr. Susana Alo believes that every party delegate must work to end a living irrespective of whether the person has some level education or not, which she will ensure happens when elected by the delegates to lead the party into the 2020 elections as their candidate.
“I am going to empower women to learn how to dialogue with men in a more tolerant way to foster the needed development in the constituency and to promote unity”she added.
Story By: Mahama I. Mashood