December 27, 2011

Mr. Theophilus Tetteh Chaie, National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament for Ablekuma Central Constituency, has said competency and good leadership brings about development.

“This is what I told the people of Ablekuma Central in my 2008 campaign, which had manifested in the massive development projects in the area, therefore, it will be suicidal if I refused to stand again to continue with the good work of the Government,” he stressed.

Mr Chaie said these after he filed nomination papers to contest the NDC parliamentary primary for the constituency, in Accra.

He called on supporters to rally behind party executives and propagate the good work of the NDC Government to secure victory for the party in Election 2012.

Mr Chaie appealed to party supporters to conduct their electioneering devoid of insults and divisive tendencies.

He said: “our target is to win the 2012 elections and to let the New Patriotic Party know that the Ablekuma Central Constituency seat does not belong to them.”

Mr. Chaie said he has contributed to the development of education in the constituency.

He said through his efforts roads and drainage the system in the area were being rehabilitated while social groups were being assisted to enhance their economic activities.

Mr Chaie said: “My overall achievement has been to work with the people to make the constituency better-off than I found it since my assumption in office,” and cautioned supporters against retarding progress of the party.

The other contestants who would take part in the contest are Alhaji Halidu Haruna, Mr Basha Harsey and Mr Faruk M. Bayonga.