June 13, 2024
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I am the best candidate for Gushegu –NDC’s Mohamed Mahamud

A development practitioner and NDC parliamentary aspirant for the Gushegu constituency in the northern region, Mr. Mohammed Mahamud has declared his resolve to recapture the Gushegu parliamentary seat for the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) if elected as the party’s candidate.

Speaking to journalists on Tuesday, March 21, 2023 after filling his nomination to contest the Gushegu NDC primaries, Mr. Mahamud said he has what it takes to win the seat for the NDC. The development practitioner who is contesting the primaries for the 4th time believes that this is the right time for him to represent the party in the constituency at the 2024 parliamentary election and win the seat for the NDC.

Describing himself as a grassroots politician who identifies with the local folks of the constituency said he has served the constituency in different capacities. He said he has taught in schools in the area for four years and has attended his early education in the Gushegu Municipality except tertiary education.

He contended that despite the fact he might not be well resourced as compared to the incumbent Member of Parliament for the constituency, but if gets the nod to represent the NDC as a parliamentary candidate, he will defeat Hassan Tampuli.

Mr. Mohammed Mahamud has been a development practitioner for closed to two decades said he has the connection to topple Mr Hassan Tampuli. “I am for unity and prosperity for all. Everything has its time and I believe that this is my time to lead the NDC in the Gushegu constituency”, he noted.

Meanwhile, five people have filed to contest the NDC Gushegu constituency parliamentary primaries. They are Mohammed Mahamud, Mohammed Yussif Malimali, Thomas Kwesi Nasah, Abdul Wadudu Musah and  Salam Mahamadu.

He appealed to the delegates to choose him to enhance the NDC chances of recapturing the Gushegu seat as he is the most competent candidate among the five.

At the close of nominations, fifty-Nine (59) persons, including all the Nine incumbent MPs have filed their nominations to contest the Parliamentary primaries in their respective constituencies in the northern region.

Three incumbent MPs, Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed of Tamale Central, Alhassan Sayibu Suhuyini of Tamale North and Daniel Nsala Wakpal of Kpandai, if successful at the vetting will go unopposed

Barring any unforeseen circumstances, vetting will be conducted from 27th to 29th March, 2023.

 Story by Ibrahim Angaangmeni Alhassan

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