Dormaa West NDC Chairman donates motorbikes to constituency

Kwame Frimpong Bright

The NDC in Dormaa West today got a major boost ahead of the upcoming general elections as on the early hours of Monday 17th May 2020, the party of the NDC in Dormaa West  Chairman Alhaji Seiba Abdullai donated three (3) motorbikes to the Constituency.
At a short ceremony to handover the motorbikes, Mr. Alhaji Seiba said  I felt that this is the right time for me to show leadership by donating my widow’s mite towards the NDC’s victory in 2020″. During his speech, he also called on the Constituency executives to put those logistics into proper use in order to secure victory for the NDC. He, however, urged other compatriots and party functionaries to help in other various capacities to make the chances of the party’s victory brighter.
Also, Chairman Alhaji Seiba Abdullai said ” I call on all rank and file of the party to remain resolute and united in this rather challenging moments. I will be so sad if this party gets divided because of who or who didn’t get a motorbike. Let’s all work together as a party”.
In receiving the motorbikes on behalf of the party, the parliamentary candidate for the NDC  Hon. Vincent Oppong Asamoah expressed tremendous appreciation for the timely donation by the chairman of the NDC party.
Hon Vincent Oppong Asamoah in his statement on behalf of the entire party said “I want to seize this opportunity to thank my Chairman Alhaji Seiba for this wonderful gesture. I must also state unequivocally that these motorbikes could not have come anytime better than now”.
According to the parliamentary Candidate, “I will make sure that together with the entire executives of the party, we put these motorbikes to more efficient use.”
Hon Vincent Oppong Asamoah again called on other stakeholders to also follow the positive move by the party chairman.
He said, “looking at the demography of the Dormaa West Constituency, it is quite obvious that we still need more motorcycles to enhance our operations towards this year’s elections”.
Hon Vincent Oppong Asamoah posited that “the constituency has a lot of settler communities and so the use of motorbikes will be very much appropriate and therefore called for more support.

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