January 24, 2012

First Deputy Speaker of Parliament Mr Doe Adjaho says his priority is to help president John Mills to widen the margin of his victory in this year’s elections.

Mr Adjaho who was elected the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC’s) Parliamentary candidate for the Ave-Avenor Constituency in the Volta Region said he was not much concerned about his re-election as an MP as he was about helping the president record an emphatic win in the presidential poll.

To that end, Mr Adjaho said he had already started putting together a crack team to achieve his goal.

Mr Adjaho has held the Ave-Avenor seat since 1992, making him one of the longest serving legislators in the country.

Meanwhile three NDC supporters have reported injured following clashes between rival supporters of parliamentary hopefuls in the Kajebi Constituency in the Volta Region.

Supporters of the victor and vanquished attacked each other after Mr Joshua Ofori was declared winner of the election.

The District Chief Executive for the Kajebi, Mr Seth Alifui confirmed the clashes to Joy News.

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