Mr Enoch Teye Mensah, the incumbent Member of Parliament (MP) for Ningo/Prampram has said he would not retire from politics despite his number of years as a parliamentarian.
He said; “the calling for my departure by my opponent, Mr Samuel George Nartey in the constituency primary election for being an MP for years is nothing to write home about because I am going to win hands down.”
Mr Mensah, who made the remarks at the launch of his campaign, said; “I have been a father to the people for the past years. Am a caring person who does not look down upon people.”
He told the citizens to vote for him for more development projects in the communities, adding that, he would lobby investors to the area to create job opportunities for them.
He said his contestant has nothing to offer the people when given the chance.
The MP said after winning the primary he would continue to defeat the New Patriotic Party (NPP) candidate, Mr Sylvester Mathew Tetteh in the 2016 parliamentary election. GNA