The Member of Parliament (MP) for the Bole-Bamboi constituency, Alhaji Yussif Sulemana, said he has performed creditably hence the need for his constituents to renew his mandate.
Alhaji Yussif Sulemana made the call at a town hall meeting with a cross-section of constituents in Bole on Saturday.
The party has held the seat since 1992 with former President John Mahama as its longest-serving MP.
Being the constituency of the party’s flagbearer, the NDC wants nothing but a landslide victory for both John Mahama and Alhaji Yussif Sulemana the incumbent MP and parliamentary candidate.
Constituents at the town hall meeting included chiefs, religious leaders, associations of nurses, teachers, dressmakers, hairdressers, market women, and youth groups.
Alhaji Yussif Sulemana, the NDC parliamentary candidate in his address said he believes the people of Bole-Bamboi will renew his mandate based on his “performance hence the need to account for my first four years as their Member of Parliament”.
He enumerated projects he undertook in the constituency from health, education, water and sanitation, agriculture, trade among others.
Alhaji Yussif said, besides delivering numerous projects as an MP in opposition, he has served the people of Bole-Bamboi creditably in Parliament.
He, therefore, called on his constituents to renew his mandate and give another four years in Parliament.
Patrons at the town hall meeting were given the opportunity to ask the MP questions and also make suggestions for him should he be reelected.