Ayawaso West-Wuogon constituency candidate for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Fred Nuamah, has dropped out of the running.
Nuamah said in a letter to the party’s general secretary that he came to his own choice independently and after thorough deliberation with important stakeholders.
“I’m writing to officially inform the NDC’s National Executive Committee (NEC) of my intention to withdraw from the Ayawaso West-Wuogon NDC parliamentary primary. In the letter dated August 7, he stated, “This decision was personal and was reached following thorough discussions with key stakeholders, free from any outside influence.
Nuamah, a well-known actor and film producer, stated that he thinks the NDC has to present a united face for the 2024 elections.
As a devoted party member, he stressed the need for the party’s unity and the John Dramani Mahama mission, which aims to save Ghana.
Nuamah has firmly endorsed and thrown his support behind his close friend, Mr. John Dumelo, to run as the NDC’s parliamentary candidate in the Ayawaso West-Wuogon constituency in light of his withdrawal.
Nuamah pleaded for all of his constituency party members to unite behind Dumelo and lend him the support he needs.
He asserted that by working together and rekindling their sense of unity, they can win the elections in 2024 and improve Ghana’s situation.
In closing, Nuamah expressed his sincere gratitude to all of his supporters at the branch, ward, and constituency levels.