The Weija-Gbawe NPP vice chairman, Patrick kumor has accused the Municipal Chief Executive Officer of the Ga South Assembly of unduly crediting the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) candidate for the area with projects undertaken by the assembly.
According to him, the NDC candidate Obuobia Darko Opoku is busily campaigning in the constituency claiming to have undertaken several developmental projects through her NGO Obuobia Foundation, when she actually has no hand in these projects, as they are under the auspices of the municipal Assembly.
The Vice Chairman noted that the NPP will soon provide the necessary information on such projects.
Speaking to Kasapa FM’s Mame Broni, Mr Kumor accused the assembly of engaging in abuse of incumbency thereby giving an unfair advantage to the NDC candidate.
He further dismissed claims of complacency on the part of Weija-Gbawe NPP claiming they are working assiduously to maximize their vote though they know the seat is automatically for the NPP.
Meanwhile efforts to reach Madam Obuobia Darko Opoku for her reaction on the accusation leveled against her proved futile.
The Weija-Gbawe Parliamentary election promises to be keenly contested between NDC’s Obuobia Darko Opoku who currently the deputy CEO for the Ghana Free Zones Board and NPP’s candidate Tina Mensah who once served as the largest opposition party’s deputy National Women’s Organizer.